It's already a best seller on every book list there is and Hollywood has already purchased the movie rights. Now Walter Isaacson says he may extend his biography of Steve Jobs.
The former Time editor collaborated with the Apple co-founder during the last years of his life to put together the 630 page book.
Now Isaacson says he plans to add to the book but he just has to figure out how.
"This is the first or second draft," he said at a talk at the Commonwealth Club of California in San Francisco. "It's not the final draft."
He said one possibility was creating an annotated version of the book and including several more stories that he left out of the initial book, including the tale of the yacht Jobs was designing over and over for his family.