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Posted by Pulse Administration on October 6, 2011

Apple CEO Steve Jobs Spoke Fluent Armenian!

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On October 5th 2011, The world lost a true visionary, a man talented enough to build one of the planet’s most successful companies from his garage, Steve Jobs “passed away peacefully” said his family. We at want to send our deepest condolences to the family of a man who changed the world!

Steve Jobs was born in San Francisco and was adopted by the family of Paul Jobs and Clara Jobs (Hagopian) of Mountain View, California. We recently learned that not only was Steve’s adoptive mother Armenian but “Claire Hagopian also played a very big role in bringing up the genius” the Arab language website has said.


We now learn from the same source, that Apple CEO Steve jobs, is said to have had a good command of the Armenian language. We as Armenians are always proud to hear these kinds of stories and we wanted to share this one with our readers. Rest in Peace Steve Jobs, you will be missed!

Steven PaulSteveJobs (February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011) was an American computer entrepreneur and inventor. He was co-founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Apple Inc. Jobs also previously served as chief executive of Pixar Animation Studios; he became a member of the board of directors of The Walt Disney Company in 2006, following the acquisition of Pixar by Disney. He was credited in Toy Story (1995) as an executive producer. READ STEVE’S FULL BIO HERE

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9 Responses to “Apple CEO Steve Jobs Spoke Fluent Armenian!”

  1. aramazd says:

    This is about Steve Jobs. Nice and dandy about his mother being Armenian and he speaking “fluent Armenian,” but if he didn’t give some of his vast fortune to “any” Armenian cause, then he is a bum. I admire Kardashian because she does not deny who she is. We don’t have a pletora of super-rich, and those that we have are morally obligated to “give.” In thet resoect Steve Jobs turned out to be bum par excellence.

  2. Check this out, Andre Fanoussi!

  3. His real father was Syrian from Homus…

  4. He may have spoken Armenian, but there is no record he shared any of his fortune by donating to Armenian charities. Nor did he promote Armenians, talk about them, or invest in a movie about the genocide. A great man nonetheless.

  5. That´s true Leon jan, and unfortunate!

  6. Van Tatoian says:

    This is an urban myth. No evidence he spoke Armenian, much less “fluent” Armenian. His adoptive mother was Armenian, but we don´t know how much, if any, Armenian she may have taught him. He may have known a few words or phrases, that´s about it.

  7. Alec Ekmekji says:

    What Tatoian says applies to much of the new generation in the Diaspora, no?


    Real sad. He never helped the Armenian’s.

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