by Joe White
June 17, 2013
Walter Isaacson's best-selling biography, "Steve Jobs," is set to launch in a paperback edition on September 10, 2013, which will include a new cover photograph and a reflective afterword, according to AllThingsD. Published after the late Apple co-founder's death, Isaacson's acclaimed book is based on countless interviews held between the author and Jobs. Though publisher Simon & Schuster hasn't released sales figures for the biography, "Steve Jobs" was Amazon's best-selling book in 2011. The gap between the hardback and paperback editions of the biography (almost two years) also suggests that sales have remained strong. The upcoming paperback edition of "Steve Jobs" will feature a different cover photograph of the former chief executive officer, taken by Norman Seeff in 1984. In addition, Isaacson has penned a new afterword, AllThingsD explains. As mentioned, fans of Jobs can expect the new paperback volume to launch on September 10, 2013. We'll keep you updated with further information as we receive it. In the meantime, see: Ashton Kutcher's "jOBS" Biopic Finally Gets A Release Date: August 16, Advertising Guru Lee Clow Talks Apple, Steve Jobs And More, and Steve Jobs' Words To Play Central Role In Apple's E-Book Price Fixing Trial.