The word Apple has got a dual meaning attached to it. One is its own and original meaning – a fruit. And the other is also very well known to the whole world: A company founded by the charismatic and innovative icon Mr. Steve Paul Job. Established on April 1, 1976 in Cupertino, California, and incorporated January 3, 1977, the company was previously named Apple Computer, Inc., for its first 30 years. But on January 9, 2007 they removed the word “Computer” from it.
Apple computers started with an idea of developing the most advance personal computers. It has got a very strong story behind its launch. Within few years of launch, it became a strongest competitor for the “big brother” IBM . It went on to create the most advanced and sleek designs.
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- The Complete Journey of Steve Jobs and Apple [Infographic]
- 10 Best Moments of Steve Jobs [Video]
- 18 Stunning Steve Jobs Infographics
Diverting from traditional focus on personal computers, Apple took a further step and showed the world the future through the eyes of Steve Jobs. More revolutionary products were yet to come and Steve Jobs was the father for all of those. Under his command, Apple created most advanced products like iPhone, iPod and iPad.
With this, Steve Jobs was in love with the letter “I”. According to source, Apple announced the very first iMac that came out in 1998; the “I” stood for Internet, Intelligent, Individual, Instruct, Inform and Inspire. Here you can find more information about Apple’s I-world.
Recently iPhone turned 5 and on this occasion, we thought of taking you back to the date, when Steve Jobs introduced it to world. Along with that you can also take a look at Macintosh, iPod and iPad introductory video.
1983-84 – Introducing Macintosh OS
2005 -The iPod Nano Introduction
2007 – Introducing iPhone
2010 – Introducing iPad
How was that? Got lost in old memories of the great icon Steve Jobs? Still everyone remembers him for his greatest revolutionary products and his “Think Different” concept, which worked out really well in attracting many people.
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