What do you picture when you think of Steve Jobs' household at dinnertime? Would you believe that iPads and iPhones and all other Mac products were banned from the table?
In an interview with the The New York Times this week, Walter Isaacson, the biographer of Steve Jobs, said that the legendary CEO "made a point of having dinner at the big long table in their kitchen, discussing books and history and a variety of things” and added that “no one ever pulled out an iPad or computer. The kids did not seem addicted at all to devices.”
In fact, back when Apple's first tablet made its debut, Steve Jobs said that his children didn't even use it.
The article also revealed that Steve Jobs was indeed a low-tech parent. And it turns out that many other leaders of technology firms strictly limit the amount of time their children can spend in front of a screen.