Iger talked about his friendship with Jobs in the play, and told the story of how Disney managed to acquire Pixar, although Jobs had a "deep-rooted" hostility toward Disney at the time. He also talked about how they discussed the future of television before the release of the iPhone and how he told Jobs that he envisioned an iTunes-like platform for television.
"With every success that the company has had since Steve's death, there is always a moment in my excitement where I think I wish Steve could be here … I think if Steve was still alive, we would have merged our companies or at least discussed the possibility very seriously, "he wrote.
Iger did not say why he focused on his relationship with Jobs and Apple in his Vanity Fair play. It may just be one of the most convincing parts of his book, but one wonders that he is trying to make a Disney-Apple merger. However, as CNBC notes, an acquisition is unlikely to be approved as authorities are becoming increasingly aware of how big-tech mergers are viewed as anti-competitive. The companies are far too big at this time: Apple has a value of $ 1