In the biography, which is about to be written, it is stated that the stepmother of Apple’s legendary boss is an Armenian-American of Malatya origin.
In the highly anticipated biography of Steve Jobs, the legendary manager and entrepreneur who brought Apple, one of the leading companies in consumer electronics, to today, it is stated that his stepmother is from Malatya.
Steve Jobs, who left his position as CEO as a result of the progression of his cancer, shared the hidden aspects of his personal life and the secrets behind Apple’s success with Benjamin Franklin and “Walter Isaacson”, the author of Albert Einstein, one of the most important names in the biography field. The writing of the book, which will be released on November 21, is still in progress. The biography will be released in the Turkish version by the publisher of the book, “Domingo”, in Turkey as well as the world .
According to Milliyet, after more than 40 face-to-face meetings with Jobs, there is an important detail about Turkey at the beginning of the book, some parts of which were written in his own language . This section is in the sections of Jobs about his family. Jobs was adopted by his real parents as soon as he was born, and Jobs was raised by his adoptive family. While Steve Jobs has always seen his real parents as a biological sperm-egg bank, he introduced the parents who raised him as his real family, and even never went to meet the others.
Migration from Anatolia
The Anatolian connection of Steve Jobs lies in the past of the mother who raised him. Steve Jobs’ stepmother is Clara, who was raised by the Paul, Clara Jobs couple, and her full name is “Clara Hagopian Jobs”. According to what is told in Steve Jobs’ biography, Clara is the child of a family that immigrated to the USA following the Turkish-Armenian events in 1915.
Clara’s father is Louis Hagopian and her mother is Victoria Artinian. Louis Hagopian was born in Malatya in 1894, and Victoria Artinian was born in İzmir in 1894. According to this information, it turns out that Steve Jobs was raised by Clara Hagopian, who lived in Anatolia during the Ottoman period and grew up in the culture of a family that immigrated to the USA. Head of the Armenian Patriarchate Spiritual Assembly, High Priest Tatul Anousyan in Turkey where we interviewed about the past information of this family, says that it is almost impossible to reach the records of that period, and that the records are composed of texts written on the basis of what is told rather than being official.
It is not completed yet
While saying that, “I have done a lot of things that I am not proud of, but I have no secrets that I cannot allow to be found out” Steve Jobs promised not to interfere with the author of the book, Walter Isaacson and his writings.
The biography of Steve Jobs, which continues to be written have reached 600 pages in its final form, entered the best seller league on Amazon.com before it was released, and is preparing to be released in the USA with 500 thousand copies in its first edition.
Walter Isaacson, CEO of the Aspen Institute, author of the “Steve Jobs” biographer, served as chairman of CNN and editor-in-chief of Time magazine. He wrote biographies of Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein, Henry Kissinger.