Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' big yacht heads for U.S.

It’s got a revolutionary design, it was made for Steve Jobs but you can drop it in the water, so it’s not an iPhone.

It’s a $138 million yacht the late Apple CEO commissioned and helped design before he died. The yacht was tied up in Amsterdam during a dispute over a designer’s fee until Wednesday, when an agreement was reportedly reached.

Now it heads for the U.S. and the Jobs family. The yacht, called Venus, has a sleek white hull, teak decks and a bridge equipped with Mac computers. No word yet on where it will be berthed.

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