Steve’s Air Conditioning Is a Lot Better Than I Thought, says Dad
A lot of people might have been surprised to hear the new Steve Jobs was not a fan of air conditioners.
He was a big fan of the Apple Air-Conditioning System.
But he wasn’t a fan for many of the other parts of the new Apple product line.
But that was all in the past for Steve Jobs.
Today, the man who was the first CEO of Apple is still the CEO of the company, and he’s taking his Air Conditioner obsession to a new level.
He recently had his Air-conditioner installed by a man who said he was a tech evangelist.
The story goes that Steve Jobs had a personal mechanic install his Air conditioner for him in 2011.
After a few weeks, he called Apple and told them that his wife was suffering from chronic bronchitis, and needed to be air-conditioned, which he didn’t realize at the time was a real medical condition.
It turns out that Steve was right, and the Air-Cleaning System was a godsend.
According to a report by The Daily Dot, Steve told the man that he was going to get a job and spend his free time fixing computers and phones.
When he got the job, he told the mechanic to install a new one for him, and it took a few days.
The man told Steve that the job paid $5 an hour and he could keep the old one.
Steve said he loved the idea.
The Daily Post reported that the guy later went to Steve’s office and told him that his new job was good and the new one was bad.
The next day, the guy went to the computer room and installed the new Air Conditioners for Steve.
It was the perfect day for the tech evangelists to make their first impression, according to the story.
According the report, the tech guys at Apple, and others in the company who knew Steve, were impressed.
In 2013, Steve got a call from one of his engineers, who asked him if he was interested in being a Tech Evangelist.
According a story in The New York Times, Steve was excited to get the job.
“This is going to be great, I love it,” he told his engineer.
The engineer was so impressed by the idea that he called the man back and said, “I’m sorry, you should have just said yes.”
But the tech guy was a fan.
“We got him,” he said.
After being a tech guy for so long, Steve now wanted to do more than fix computers and smartphones.
He also wanted to help the planet, the report said.
“He wanted to be a good person for the planet,” the tech worker told The Daily Mail.
The tech guy said he also had a mission: to be able to help Apple grow in a sustainable way.
“It was not the same when Steve was alive,” the story quoted the man as saying.
“I was there when Steve worked his way up, and I was there while he was here.”