Oddly, I could not find the download either on my Mac or my iPad. But when I clicked the link in the mail, it downloaded fine, so I just had to plug in my iPad and sync it. (To my disappointment (slightly), it turns out that iCloud does not work on Snow Leopard. I doubt there are compelling technical reasons for that.)
Thank god they didn't call it "iSteve, the Book of Jobs" like first announced. Then again calling it "Steve Jobs" is a bit austere. But then again that's perfectly in his style. Austere minimalism.
... Typical: as has happened before with a product I was interested in well before publication, I have just found out I have ordered this books both over iBooks and Kindle. Well, at least it gives me a good chance to compare them. ... iBooks has better controls over fonts and text size, which I find important (as frequent readers will be aware).
... Aaaaand, it is also already out as audiobook! I did not expect that, it does not often happen. So now I've paid for it three times, I hope it's a good book! (It does seem promising so far.)
I like that the writer, and Steve, and Steve's wife, all agreed that this should be a very honest book, and not just a promotional tome. All admit that Steve had his character flaws, and they want people to learn, and learn from, the whole story.
I think I'll go mainly for the audio version, cuz it's not a short book... it's a 700-page book, and 25 hours in audio! That's as long as Moby-Dick. Most books are less than half of that.