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Steve Jobs (APPLE) Timeline

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Steve Jobs started working with his dad, Mr. Jobs with putting things apart and together. His dad sectioned a special workplace for him.
In April 11, 1976, Steve Jobs and his engineer Steve Wozniak made their first computer, the
Apple I
. Today, It's apple's most expensive product ever at a auction price of $374,500! 200 units was made.
In 1975, Jobs and Wozniak joined a hobby group called the
home-brew computer club
.
In June 10, 1977, the
Apple II
was introduced. It was Apple's first affordable and well suited for daily task computer. The machine skyrocketed the company into fame and fortune.
The
Apple III
was introduced in May, 1980, but it was a sales disappointment, had technical problems and was not a commercial success.
Jobs started a company called
NeXT
to design an advanced computer that was released in 1985.The
NeXT
workstation was known for its technical strengths.
In August 15, 1998, Mr. Jobs introduced the
Apple iMac
, a very successfull well-designed all in one computer. The first iMac G3 had a gum-drop or egg-shaped look.
The
Apple Lisa
computer was introduced in January 19, 1983. It was the first personal computer to offer a personal graphical user interface.
In January 24, 1984, the world-famous
Apple Macintosh
was introduced. It was the The "original" iMac. Though the sales was not as good as planned.
On January 10, 2006, the
MacBook Pro
, was introduced as a very high-tech and costly laptop.
In June 29, 2007, the
iPhone
was introduced. It was an extrordinary popular touchscreen smartphones on earth, and still is now!
In January 9, 2001,
iTunes
was created. It was a media player and media library application developed by Apple.
In 2008,

the
App Store
was created. This service allows users to download applications such as games, entertainment etc.
In October 21, 2001, the
iPod
was introduced. It was a very successful video and MP3 player. The current model contains 160GB!
The small
iPod

Shuffle
was introduced in January 15, 2005. It is the smallest model in Apple's iPod family, and was the first to use flash memory.
The
iPod Touch
was introduced in 2007, as: a hand-held game console, portable music and video player. It is not a phone, though it's design and how it operates are similar to the iPhone.
The
MacBook Air
was introduced in 2008, as one of the thinnest laptops made by Apple! It operates very similar to the Macbook Pro.
In 2010, apple's very successful tablet computer, the
iPad
came out. It operates lots like the iPod.
In 1997, Apple buys
NeXT
and Steve Jobs return to Apple as CEO. Steve cut off 75% of their products.
In October 2011, Steve jobs died of Pancreatic Cancer when just 56 years-old.
Steve Jobs was born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco. He was adopted by Paul Reinhold Jobs and, Clara Jobs.
In 1985 Mr. Jobs was fired from Apple cause of poor sales. He was just 30 years old then.
In 1986, Steve Jobs buys
Pixar
.
Pixar
produced their first animation film, Toy Story in 1995.
Steve Jobs Timeline
By: Yu-Heng Zhang
After dropping out of Reed College in 1972, Steve joined video-game creator,
Atari.inc
as a technician and meets Steve Wozniak in 1974.
In mid-1974, Steve Jobs took a trip to India. The trip changed his life and the way he thinks. He learned intuition.
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