Alex Gibney’s (Going Clear: Scientology and The Prison of Belief) new documentary Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine promises to be an honest, unflinching look at the man in the black turtleneck and glasses behind your computer screen four years after Job's death. The two and a half minute long trailer features a montage of talking heads who talk about a man whose products were beloved, but wasn't that beloved himself.

Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine will be out in theaters, on demand on iTunes on September 4.

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facts about Steve Jobs:

 Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine will precede Aaron Sorkin's fim about the Apple iconoclast by a month.

 Jobs has been the inspiration for multiple works. This will be the ninth documentary made about Jobs, in addition to 14 biographies and histories, three graphic novels, three loosely-based works of fiction (written by his sister no less), two autobiographies, and four feature films.