Steve Jobs Makes Some Amazing Predictions in This ‘Lost’ Portion of a 1983 Speech

This cassette was given to Brown from a client who was an attendee of Jobs’ 1983 speech. (Photo: Marcel Brown/Life Liberty Tech)

Liz Klimas
The Blaze

Some would describe the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs as visionary. But just how forward thinking he and the company was early on might not have been realized to its fullest extent — until now.

A recently uncovered 1983 speech puts Jobs at the International Design Conference in Aspen. Marcel Brown with Life Liberty Tech points out the speech was highlighted earlier this year but cut off after Jobs’ 20 minutes of prepared remarks, leaving a Q&A session “lost.” Brown has recovered and digitized the full audio.

These unprepared remarks, Brown writes, show Jobs’ “incredible insight into his vision of future technology.”

“This talks shows us just how incredibly ahead of his time he was,” Brown writes…

The article continues, with audio, at The Blaze.


Steve Jobs, left, chairman of Apple Computers, John Sculley, center, president and CEO, and Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, unveil the new Apple IIc computer in San Francisco, April 24, 1984. (AP Photo/Sal Veder)



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