‘Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview’ lands on iTunes in the US

We told you before about the 70-minute Steve Jobs interview that started hitting select theatres late last year. “Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview” is made up of footage originally filmed in 1995 for the PBS series “Triumph of the Nerds.” But, as noted by TNW, it appears the unedited interview made its way to iTunes today as a $3.99 rental for at least United States users.

Candid, controversial and funny…the original and unedited interview with Steve Jobs, conducted by tech journalist and former Apple Inc. employee Robert X. Cringely, from 1995 when Steve Jobs was still CEO of NeXT Computer and Pixar.

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