The biological father of Steve Jobs, who gave him up for adoption 56 years ago, has begged the Apple founder to get in touch “before it is too late”.
According to Abdulfattah John Jandali, he was desperate to talk to his son for the first time before his death from cancer.
He was overcome with guilt for abandoning the boy and persisted he was not after the billions of Mr. Jobs.
For decades he had been too proud to make the first move but now wished to reunite with his son, Mr. Jandali said.
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