YEREVAN. - Apple Inc.’s founder Steve Jobs, who passed away last week at the age of 56 as a result of cancer, had a good command of the Armenian language, Khabararmani.com Arabic website reported, Azg daily writes. The website also refers to the great role Clara Hagopian, the Armenian woman who adopted him, played in Jobs’ life and, in general, in the formation of his genius.
As it is known, Steve Jobs was born in San Francisco and adopted by the family of Paul Jobs and Clara Jobs (née Hagopian) of Mountain View, California.
Steve spoke with affection and gratitude about his adoptive parents, and especially his mother.
And accuracy of the information on the genius innovator’s knowledge of the Armenian language will become clear soon, once Jobs’ official and Apple-certified biography is published. The book is entitled iSteve: The Book of Jobs.