I've yet to meet a Steve Jobs hater who actually understood what the guy did.
The steve jobs hate is all ideological and comes form the Apple hate which comes from people getting sold PCs by pimply nosed kids in the 1990s and being jealous of their friends much superior macintoshes (which fwiw, since the mid 1990s have been cheaper than comparable PCs, yet the myth is spread otherwise still to this day, because you can go buy a tagamochi for $4.99 and claim it's cheaper than a macintosh, and therefore the mac is overpriced.)
So, yeah, you should re-think what you believe about this guy and learn a bit about the real history.
I've been following him since the late 1980s, and he's always been a passionate, compassionate, genuine, honest and opinionated guy.
Edit: I don't like the way he treat his friends, family, staff or even applicants, details you can get by reading the biographies or watching the documentaries as I've said before.
You clearly have an issue with him? It's just interesting to see what that may be and whether it might able to be substantiated.
We don't need you to like Steve Jobs, but we do need you to either comment civilly and substantively here, or not at all.