In 1971, 16-year-old Steve Jobs and 21-year-old Steve Wozniak (two Steve) met by a friend. In 1976, Jobs successfully persuaded Woz to assemble the machine and sold it. Another friend, Ron Wayne, joined the team. On April 1, 1976, the three formed Apple Computer.
After the iBook G4 launched the Macintosh portable laptop in 1989, a more popular laptop, the PowerBook, was launched in the early 1990s. This is the first time that it has been designed in collaboration with Sony and has set a modern form factor for today’s popular laptops. In 1994, Apple updated its Macintosh product line and launched the Power Mac series. It is based on the PowerPC family of processors jointly developed by IBM, Motorola and Apple. This processor uses the RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computing) architecture, which surpasses the Motorola 680x0 family used in previous Macs and is fundamentally different. Apple’s system software has been tuned to allow most programs written for older processors to run in analog mode on the PowerPC family.
In addition to computer products, Apple also manufactures consumer devices. In the 1990s, Apple published Newton, creating the term Personal Digital Assistance, the earliest PDA. The iPod digital music player launched in the early 2000s was a great success. With its exclusive iTunes online paid music download system, it defeated Sony’s Walkman series to become the world’s number one portable music player, followed by several iPods. The series further strengthens Apple’s unshakable position in the commercial digital music market.
In 2006, Apple created the personal computer iMac, which in turn earned the company’s largest market share of the company’s business. Because these products are designed to be perfect, they are loved by people.
On August 29, 2006, Apple Computer Inc. issued a statement that Google’s chief operating officer, Eric Schmidt, has joined Apple’s board of directors.
On January 9, 2007, Apple Computer officially launched the iPhone and announced its name change to Apple. As of September 2009, iPhone sales reached 34.3 million units.
On January 15, 2008, Apple released the MacBook Air laptop at MacWorld 2008, which was once the thinnest laptop on the market. It has been exceeded by Voodoo Envy.
On October 15, 2008, Apple introduced the newly designed MacBook, MacBook Pro series notebooks and the new Apple LED Cinema Display.
On January 27, 2010, Apple introduced the iPad for tablet PCs, positioned between the iPhone and MacBook, using a modified version of the iPhone OS operating system, starting at $499.
On March 2, 2011, Apple introduced the iPad 2 tablet product, and Jobs lived up to expectations.
On June 6, 2011, Apple’s Global Developers Conference (WWDC) launched Mac Os X Lion, IOS 5, iCloud, which was Steve Jobs’ last publication/press conference.
On October 5, 2011, CEO Tim Cook published a new generation of iPhone: iPhone 4S
On October 6, 2011, Apple’s founder, chairman and former CEO Steve Jobs died of illness. The official website of Apple’s official website also changed from color to black and white, and replaced Steve Jobs’ black and white photos to mourn Jobs. Apple supporters around the world have also distributed flowers at Apple’s flagship store.
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