Sister reveals Steve Jobs' final words

Steven P. Jobs, shown in this 1993 photo, became a billionaire Wednesday, Nov. 29, 1995, when a small digital studio he bought nine years ago went public to a storm of investor demand. In its first trading day, investors gave Pixar Animation Studios, the company that made the current No. 1 movie ``Toy Story,'' a market value of $1.46 billion. Jobs, who is Pixar's president, owns 80 percent of its 37.4 million outstanding shares. (Kristy Macdonald)

October 31, 2011 8:49:20 AM PDT
There are new details about the final hours of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

His sister says that just before he died, with his family around him, Jobs looked up and said his final words: "Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow."

In a eulogy published in the New York Times, Mona Simpson, Jobs' biological sister, says death didn't happen to her brother -- instead, he "achieved it."

Simpson didn't meet Jobs until she was 25. Jobs had been put up for adoption.

Simpson says her brother was humble, loyal and loved to keep learning.

You can read Simpson's full eulogy here.