Apple boss Steve Jobs didn't let his children have iPads and limited their tech consumption
The Apple co-founder and wife Laurene Powell were strict about how much their young daughters, Erin and Eve, got to be in front of a screen The late Apple co-founder didn't allow his children to spend too much time with the shiny gadgets he created - and even as the iPad roared into success in 2010, his youngest daughters didn't even have one. 'They haven't used it,' Jobs told the New York Times back in 2010, the year the first-generation tablet came out, as recalled this week by Times columnist Nick Bilton.
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Apple's Steve Jobs was concerned about his children's gadget use
Apple's former chief executive Steve Jobs was a 'low tech parent' who restricted his children's access to electronic devices. The news comes in tandem with the launch of a slew of Apple new products, including the new iPhone 6 Plus.
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After unveiling two new, larger iPhones, the Apple Watch, and a new payment system called Apple Pay, the company's CEO sits back in a leather chair and smiles. Apple CEO Tim Cook tells USA TODAY: 'This is epic' After unveiling two new, larger iPhones, the Apple Watch, and a new payment system called Apple Pay, the company's CEO sits back in a leather chair and smiles.
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