Is Apple of my eye a true story?

The biggest romance of the year, You Are the Apple of My Eye is the first film from best-selling novelist Giddens Ko. It’s based on his autobiographical book of high-school first love. Ko claims it’s 100% true, and that it’s also an apology to the girl who got away.

Are there two Steve Jobs movies?

So I decided to revisit my reviews of three movies that attempted to sum up the life and work of Steve Jobs: Jobs (2013) starring Ashton Kutcher, Steve Jobs (2015) with Michael Fassbender, and Alex Gibney’s 2015 documentary Steve Jobs: the Man In the Machine.

What happen to Apple in 2013?

Apple sold 14.1 million iPads over the quarter, up barely from 14 million in the quarter a year ago. That is far from the pace of the market: manufacturers are expected to ship 184.4 million tablets in 2013, up from 120 million last year, according to Gartner.

What did Apple release in 2011?

October 4, 2011: Apple announces iPhone 4S, packed with new features including Apple’s dual-core A5 chip for blazing fast performance and stunning graphics; an all new camera with advanced optics; full 1080p HD resolution video recording; and Siri, an intelligent assistant that helps you get things done just by asking.

What did Apple release in 2010?

In April 2010, Apple Inc. launches its eagerly anticipated iPad, a multimedia computer tablet, which was the third major innovation that Apple had released over the last decade.

Is apple of my eye on Netflix?

Watch Apple of my Eyes | Netflix.

What is the meaning of apple of my eye in idioms?

Meaning: Someone whom you cherish above all others. Example: My youngest daughter, Cherie is the apple of my eye.

Is the movie Steve Jobs based on a true story?

While the movie is based on the authorized biography of Jobs by Walter Issacson, on CBS This Morning Thursday, Sorkin insisted he was trying to do a “painting, not a photograph.” Added Boyle: “It’s based on facts, but it’s our version.”

What happened to Apple stock in 2012?

In fact, shares have plunged more than 36% from their all-time intraday high of $705, reached Sept. 21, 2012. Since then, Apple’s stock has dropped in value by nearly $230 billion, with its valuation slipping to $424 billion in just four months.