If you’ve seen Steve Jobs then you already know that it’s a slick, pacey, and entertaining sort-of biopic of the titular Apple headhoncho/apparent absolute bastard. Aaron Sorkin’s script is littered with the sort of quips, comments, and elegant and engaging waffle that you would expect, while Danny Boyle’s direction brings an enchanting cinematic vibe to what is basically just three backstage scenes that drag up the same conflicts time and time and time again.

It’s Michael Fassbender who really grabs hold of Steve Jobs and makes it a must see. His towering, complex, and uncompromising display is one of the year’s best performances, and the supporting work of Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, Michael Stulhberg, Jeff Daniels, and Katharine Waterston is just as spectacular.

Despite its sways of brilliance, Steve Jobs is still flawed. It becomes repetitive and is at times overly sentimental. And because of the fact that various iterations of Aaron Sorkin’s script nearly made it to the big screen we’re left wondering what could have been. In fact, here are three changes to Steve Jobs that mean we almost had a completely different film than the one that is now in cinemas across the country.

WARNING: There are SPOILERS ahead, so if you haven't watched Steve Jobs yet, you might want to proceed with caution.

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