Steve Jobs’s Life Is Documented In An Incredible Facebook Timeline [Update]



We’ve seen countless tributes to Steve Jobs since he passed away on October 5, but the latest is really incredible. It’s a Facebook timeline that documents Steve’s entire life since the day he was born, and it’s truly jaw-dropping. I can’t imagine the effort that must have gone into this.

The timeline features literally hundreds of photographs and videos that feature Steve throughout his life, from the Electronics Club at Homestead High School back in 1969, to the day he stepped down from the role of CEO at Apple, and everything in between. It’s just like a wonderfully interactive biography that you can immerse yourself in for ours.

I did this morning when I first took a look at it. Whoever created this must have put a tremendous amount of time and effort into it, but I think it certainly paid off.

Be sure to check it out, especially if you’re a fan of Apple and Steve Jobs.

UPDATE: A number of readers have contacted me to say that the page has now been taken down. Those of you who had chance to look at it while it was live will know that’s a huge shame.

  • adamriggins


  • pfftsigh

    “Sorry, this user has already too many friend request.”
    They need to make that profile PUBLIC. Open up subscriptions.
    Only 2012, 2011 and Born if you’re not a friend.

  • sdotbailey

    Not true, I just scrolled through the whole damn thing. Give it a minute to load, it’s decades worth of photos and such.

  • AdrianJNYC

    I will definitely check this out.

  • Alejando BARRIOS

    The link just went down. Facebook must have blocked it!

  • Nithin

    Sure, didn’t you know they don’t allow impersonation, dead or alive…

  • James Rogers

    The page you requested was not foundYou may have clicked an expired link or mistyped the address. Some web addresses are case sensitive.Return homeGo back to the previous page

  • Massimo Olivieri

    page not found, somebody deleted it 
    facebook maybe? cause it’s not the real profile of steve?


    Meh, they did not just remove the page, but even my Facebook wall post with a link TO it!
    Here’s a PDF for all of you who wanted to see it:

  • Joe Woodford

    Page now not found!

  • Rodrigo Nogueira

    Page not found!

  • Craig Duffy

    What about a cached version?

  • Simon Bangs

    Its back guys!

  • James Allen Matney

    Worked for me!

  • Haymoose

    It’s up now.

  • Haymoose

    It’s up now.

  • Danny Walls

    It’s back on. I just looked through it and it’s awesome. 

  • Jessica Peters

    same here

  • markrlangston

    UPDATE: page is back up and available for view by anyone that’s a Facebook member. It’s not accepting anymore friend requests but it’s definitely viewable.


    While logged into FaceBook, I searched for the page and got this error.

    The page you requested was not found.You may have clicked an expired link or mistyped the address. Some web addresses are case sensitive.Return homeGo back to the previous page

  • John McLachlan


  • sweeneydavidf

     same here

  • Lane Jasper

    Not any longer. It’s gone.

  • Lane Jasper

    same here. It’s DOWN

  • pbriones
  • benoffi7

    its down!!!

  • SlightlyC0nfused

    First real valid reason for Facebook’s new timeline.  Actually could be a useful, good idea for other historical figures.  Facebook takes it down…

  • Bob Allen

    Not working at the moment — page not found message.

  • Davidfrankk

     Same here! Can’t see the page. How could you view it?

    iPhone Development India

  • simonth

    The account has been removed. View the video version of the timeline here

  • Sushanth Amin

    It says Page Not Found