The History Of Apple Computers
Apple History 2
There have been many computer companies trying to start in this hectic business world today. There has been many problems with each one, and the strongest company will be the one who solves everyone's problems and makes each person happy with there computer. That has yet to be done. Computers still cause many problems for many people. But what does it take to run a company. To start off new from your new competitor. I will talk about what struggles Apple Computers faced and what caused them to start a new company, and what they were about.
Apple History 3
Apple computers, or Macintosh to some was started by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. They came to the conclusion that they understood a technology company should be while working for Hewlett-Packard in the late 60's and 70's. In 1976 they made the first computer in Steve Jobs garage and offer HP to buy it but nobody wanted it. Since no one around wanted there computer they needed to start there own. They worked up enough money and started to work on the Apple I main boards. They soon get together with Ron Wayne who designs the first Apple Logo. Soon enough they sold there first computer for $666.66. The Apple I was the first single-board computer with a built-in video interface, and on-board ROM, which made the machine how to load other programs or applications from an external source. Then Wayne leaves Apple.
"On January 3, 1977, Apple Computer is incorporated by Jobs, Woz, and their new partners and chairman, Mike Markkula. In addition to plotting its marketing strategy, Markkula invests $250,000 in the...
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