In her memoir, Lise Brennan-Jobs, his 40-year-old daughter, reveals the tearful apology her father allegedly gave her days before his death in 2011.
“I owe you one. I owe you one.” Those were the surprising last words Steve Jobs allegedly delivered to his daughter Lise Brennan-Jobs days before his death in 2011 at 56. According to the Daily Mail, the Apple founder broke down in tears as he was dying of pancreatic cancer while apologizing to his daughter for the “cruel life” he had imposed on her.
“I didn’t spend enough time with you when you were little.”
What is revealed by his daughter in the memoirs called “Small Fry” published on September 4? Steve Jobs would have tried to obtain her forgiveness by regretting having been cruel and too often absent during his childhood. “I did not spend enough time with you when you were little,” he would have confessed to his daughter on his deathbed.
Lisa Brennan-Jobs reveals a rather dark portrait of the creator of the iPhone. Steve Jobs would have indeed denied being his father despite a paternity test when Chrisann Brennan, the mother of Lisa Brennan-Jobs, had announced her pregnancy after five years of relationship. He had then left her.
He ignored her for nearly ten years.