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Unformatted text preview: Steve & Apple Steve a a a a a a Born Steve Paul Los Altos, Ca. In Los 1955 1955 dropped-out from dropped-out Reed College Reed met Steven Wozniak met while working for HP while worked at Atari started Apple in started 1976 1976 Steve & Apple Steve a a a a a a 1976 Apple I started Apple out of started family garage family started with $1,300 sold Apple I for $666 made them made $774,000 $774,000 1st with video 1st interface interface Steve & Apple Steve a a a a a a 1977 Apple II sold for $1,298 sold until 1980 16,000 software 16,000 titles titles interface with color interface monitor monitor “VW of computers” Steve & Apple Steve a a a a a a 1983 LISA 1st with mouse sold for $2,495 fastest of its time named after named developers daughters daughters renamed in 1985 to renamed Mac XL Mac Steve & Apple Steve a a a a a 1984 Macintosh 1984 premieres in premieres SuperBowl commercial commercial 128k RAM 32-Bit CPU faster & stronger faster than IBM PCs than Steve & Apple Steve a a a a Leaves Apple in the Leaves late 80’s late forms NextStep offers superior offers software software forms Pixar, does forms Disney movie TOYSTORY TOYSTORY Steve & Apple Steve a a a a a Returns to troubled Returns Apple as CEO in 1996 1996 complete reform new advertising new campaign campaign new models new way of thinking Steve & Apple Steve a a a a Released new Mac Released models known as G3 G3 they out-performed they Wintel systems Wintel released PowerBook released G3 with DVD G3 has unpresented has sales since release sales Steve & Apple Steve a a a a a a 1998 iMac computer of the computer millennium millennium supports USB going to sell going for$1,299 for$1,299 premieres in August “Mac is back” Mac ...
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