Four years have passed since the death of the founder of Apple, Steve Jobs , who lost the battle against pancreatic cancer at 56 years of age. The genius of technology has remained present during this time and has been remembered with movies and books of his life.
Steve Jobs was the magician who was behind the development of the iPhone, iPod, iMac and iTunes. He served as co-founder of Apple Computer, from 1976 until the beginning of 2011. Together with his childhood friend, Steve Wozniak, he commercialized what was considered the first personal computer free of viruses, the Apple II.
Industry experts saw him as a creative teacher who changed the world of computing, recorded music and communications.
The pancreas is a gland located behind the stomach and ahead of the column , responsible for producing the juices that help break down food and hormones that control sugar levels in the blood .
The problem is that it is difficult to feel the tumors in a routine examination, since it is behind other organs, which is why they are usually detected late when they are difficult to treat.
The biography of the CEO of Apple will be a milestone in the history of computing.