So you are pointing out a nearly 3 year old picture of Woz's crap? LOL
Woz isn't as compelling as Jobs.
I was at NeXT headquarters for three days way back, as part of the stringent reseller authorization process - this included meeting Steve for about an hour in a conference room on the second floor I think, long glass wall along the hallway. He went on about his vision for computing in future (whiteboard, Venn diagram). What was funny, after almost 30 minutes of Steve's monologue, the owner of my company (there were four of us invited out) said very calmly to Jobs, "Steve, this is very interesting butI think you are wrong.." It was hilarious, because the senior NeXT acolytes on the other side of the conference table went silently apoplectic. But in reality, Steve was interested in hearing why, and started a long, respectable conversation about the computing industry. We were authorized.
The Redwood City headquarters was a very nice building. Also took the factory tour, where it was my first, up-close view of a solder bath....oooooohhhhhhh.....
Fassbender looks and sounds nothing like Steve Job. I know he is a great actor but they couldn't find anyone better?
Well, DiCaprio and Bale were both tied to the part earlier, but each bowed out of consideration is the unofficial talk.
My vote was for Bale long before any rumors about him - thought he would be outstanding in the role, and physically could look much more like Jobs. But 'dems the breaks...
If the writing is compelling, and Fassbender nails the essence of Jobs, it will probably work.
I'm with you. Harrison Ford never looked anything like Rick Dekkard either but he did a brilliant job. :-)