Jobs, the much-discussed movie version of the life of Apple founder Steve Jobs, opens in Australia on 29 August. To celebrate we have 20 prize packs including double movie passes and a poster to give away to Lifehacker readers.
Steve Jobs is no longer with us, but Apple goes on — we’ll soon see the official release of iOS 7, the first major iOS release Jobs himself wasn’t intimately involved in. So to win the prize, we want you to answer this question in the comments:
Which new feature would you like to see added to iOS?
We’ll pick the 20 most creative and amusing answers, and those lucky readers will score the prize pack (valued at $56). Entries close at 1pm on Monday 19 August, so get cracking! Full terms and conditions here.
Update: Our competition prize pack originally included a T-shirt; unfortunately a supplier problem means that’s no longer available. Sorry folks!
Jobs is the powerful and true story of the visionary who set out to change the world and did. The film chronicles Steve Jobs’ transformation of character from the enthusiasm and self-discovery of his youth, to the personal demons that clouded his vision and finally to the ultimate triumphs of his later life. Mark Hulme and Five Star Feature Films launched the production immediately following Jobs retirement in August 2011. Screenwriter Matt Whiteley, while penning the script, utilised a team of expert researchers based on months of exhaustive research and interviews with Steve Jobs friends, colleagues and mentors to develop the most truthful and gripping picture of Jobs’ life.