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Eddy Cue, who is responsible for managing the iTunes, shared his opinion about the new biopic of Steve Jobs on Twitter. According to him the title, which was broadcast in the framework of SXSW, is “inaccurate and malicious perspective to my friend” and does not represent Jobs as he knew him. The film, titled Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine focuses on the dark side of nature and careers Jobs and affects many controversial topics that are usually missed. Part of the hit movie moments in the life of Jobs include complex relationship with his daughter, tension and stress that he is challenging in an Apple employee and the number of suicides in the manufacturing base in Foxconn.

Besides his disappointment from the movie, Cue and share enthusiasm for upcoming biographical project for Jobs, which according to him is much closer to the truth. According to him, the book Becoming Steve Jobs, which will be released on March 24, is “the first true” biography of Jobs.

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