h/t Daring Fireball
I wasn't planning on seeing this movie, and after reading this review (please read the whole thing) I really don't want to.
I understand that movies like this are not going to be a straight biography. You can't do that in a movie and keep the length down to reasonable sizes and keep it interesting the whole time. But that doesn't mean you've got license to present a completely fictional character so divorced from history that nobody actually involved would recognize the man.
If you want to know all about Steve Jobs, read the Walter Isaacson biography.
If you want to know more about Mac development and the great many people involved at the time, I would recommend reading Revolution In The Valley, by Andy Hertzfeld, based in great part on the anecdotes he has archived at Folklore.org.
If you're interested in the incredible number of interesting personalities (not just from Apple) that created the personal computer age, I would strongly recommend reading Fire In The Valley by Michael Swaine and Paul Frieberger.
But I wouldn't bother watching a mostly-fictionalized movie. Especially when the reality is "insanely great" all by itself.