We are all familiar with Steve Jobs’ personal involvement in Apple products. What we knew the least was that it was Steve Jobs himself who contributed to several wallpapers shut down the OS X Leopard operating system which came to the Mac in 2007. One of the many curiosities of the company and its founder.
Five Mac OS X backgrounds and three never-before-seen photos
According to the personal blog of a former Apple employee, several of the wallpapers featured on the Mac were photos taken directly by Steve Jobs. The truth is that The Apple co-founder’s interest in photography is relatively well known, but since there has been no public acknowledgment that these photos belonged to Steve Jobs, this is information that must have come from employees.
The images in question are “Grass Blades”, “Rock Garden”, “Golden Palace”, “Leaves” and “Lavender”, which we can see below. At least two of them are located in Kyoto, Japan.
Along with these images, Cricket, the former employee’s pseudonym, also shares three funds that “I haven’t been able to confirm (or remember) if they’ve even reached the final version of Mac OS X “, but that they are also the work of Steve Jobs and that we can see below.
Apple’s operating systems are full of curious details. Beyond these wallpapers, who are the glasses that illustrate the Safari reading list? Yes, they are from Steve Jobs.