The town of Los Altos, California is considering designating the childhood home of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs a historical site.

The modest home on Crist Drive is where, in the garage, Jobs and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak assembled some of their first computers in 1976 and where they formed the Apple Corporation.

The home is currently owned by Jobs sister Patricia Jobs, and was also used recently to film some of the scenes in the recently-released motion picture 'Jobs'.

City planners are in discussion with Patricia Jobs over the implications of what a designation of 'historic significance' for the home would mean to her as the property owner.

A public hearing of the planning board to consider changing the property's status is scheduled later in October.

Presented by Adam Justice