None of Jobs’ four children received any money from their late father, although all have gone on to forge their own careers in a variety of industries.
Jobs had his first child, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, 44, just two years after Apple was founded in 1976, with his high school sweetheart Christann Brennan according to Cheat Sheet.
The struggling founder vehemently denied that Lisa was his daughter up until she turned nine, even when a DNA test reportedly proved that he was the father.
Around the same time, Jobs also named one of the first Apple computers Lisa, at first explaining that it was an acronym for local integrated systems architecture.
However, he later admitted it was named after the daughter he refused to acknowledge and the two grew closer in Jobs’ later years.