The first Steve Jobs movie will hit screens in less than two weeks, but not at the local theater. Comedy site Funny or Die today unveiled the first trailer for its upcoming feature-length video. iSteve will debut April 15 on the site, and run more than an hour — the longest film the video site has ever produced.
“In true Internet fashion, it’s not based on very thorough research — essentially a cursory look at the Steve Jobs Wikipedia page,” writer and director Ryan Perez told the New York Times in March.
The trailer features various voiceovers and images of Apple products through the years, from Mac OS 9.1 to the original iPod (“Lowercase I, uppercase P, lowercase O, lowercase D. Write that down,” the main character says), as well as an iPad screen with rows of Apple applications and the classic technicolored spinning beach ball.