A rare authorised biography of Apple chief executive Steve Jobs is storming up the best seller charts on Amazon despite being months away from publication.
iSteve: The Book of Jobs has already climbed to 44 on Amazon's best seller list.
Interest in an authorised biography of the Apple co-founder is not in itself surprising, but what is raising eyebrows is the book generating so much interest despite being some nine months away from its official release date.
Surely Apple fans have placed their orders, but to achieve such a high ranking so early on points to a much larger interest among the general public.
Given Jobs's penchant for twisting reality to suit his own ends, Mac Inspector is going to view the book with a degree of scepticism.
After all, how could a renowned control freak like Jobs greenlight a book about his own life that isn't always going to cast him in a favourable light?
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