Steve Jobs: One Last Thing

Synopsis: Through interviews with colleagues and others who knew the creative genius whose innovations transformed the lives of millions, ONE LAST THING provides an inside look at the man and the major influences that helped shape his life and career.
Production: Magnolia Pictures
Rotten Tomatoes:
60 min

was an engineer

or worked in electronics

a childhood spent here

in the future silicon valley

was the first key lucky break

in Steve Jobs' young life.

His closest childhood

friend was Bill Fernandez.

In about eighth grade,

halfway through,

this new guy came

into the school,

who was Steve Jobs,

and we were both introverted,


kind of socially inept,

and we gravitated

towards each other.

The two boys shared

the same hobby.

We started taking long walks

and talking

about the meaning of life

and what is this all about,

and after a while

we started doing...

In addition to walking

and talking...

Doing electronics

projects together.

Fernandez also knew

another electronics geek,

his neighbors' son

Steve Wozniak,

universally known as Woz.

So one day, Steve Jobs bicycled

over to hang out with me

and do electronics projects

in the garage,

and out in front was Wozniak

washing his car.

So I thought to myself,

"ok. This Steve is

"an electronics buddy,

he's an electronics buddy.

They'd probably like to

meet each other."


had no idea at the time

that the meeting

between his two friends

would change our world.

Jobs and Woz were soon to

start a business together.

Its name was Apple.

If Woz and Jobs

had never met,

there never would have been

an Apple computer.

There would have

been computers,

and there would have

been personal computers,

but we probably wouldn't have

the kind of

wonderful empowering

things that people

fall into if Woz

and Jobs hadn't met.

This neighborhood

we grew up in had

a lot of

lockheed engineers in it,

and I would go up

and down the street

to the various dads

on the street

and get mentored

in electronics,

and Steve Wozniak's father

was one of the people

who mentored me.

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