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The History of Apple and Steve Jobs

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Saurav Asthana

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by Saurav Asthana The History of Apple 1975-1983
(the company) 1975 Steve Jobs wanted to start a company in 1975, so he went to a man called William Hewlett of the Hewlett-Packard company to look for parts for his computer.
Hewlett liked Steve Jobs so he wanted Steve Jobs to have a summer internship at Hewlett-Packard. Apple I While he was at Hewlett-Packard, Steve Jobs met a man named Steve Woznaik. They together started Apple and started working on a prototype of Apple I. Apple I had a keyboard. Apple I was the first computer to have a keyboard. Apple I cost $666.66.
Apple I came out in 1976

Apple I had no screen, it was just a curciut board and keyboard. Apple II In this computer, Apple added a plastic case and color graphics, but they still had a keyboard. Apple II also had eight internal expansion slots. Some versions had screens. Apple II came out in 1977

Apple II's cost started at $1298-$2638 Apple III Apple III came with a sophisticated new operating system and it had high-resolution graphics.
Apple III failed economically and failed in technology.
Apple III came out in 1978
Apple III started at $4,340-$7,800 Information about Apple In 2007 3 major airlines, United, Delta, and Emirates agreed to put i-pod seat connections in their Dreamliners. Citation http://goarticles.com/article/Discover-The-History-Of-Apple-Computer/2083081/ http://apple-history.com/ http://obamapacman.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/1977-Apple-II.jpg History of Apple logos http://www.brianschrank.com/2720/images/History_of_Apple_Logo.gif http://blogs-images.forbes.com/connieguglielmo/files/2012/11/Steve-Jobs-dates.jpg http://www.vectronicsappleworld.com/appleii/articlepics/appleiii/appleiiiac.jpg Did you learn something? :0 Apple IIe Steve Jobs Info Steve Jobs was born in San Francisco.
He was born on Febuary 24, 1955
Steve Jobs died on October 5, 2011
Steve Jobs died of cancer
Steve Jobs was adopted by another family, and later on in his life he found his birth parents. The Apple IIe was one of the most successful computers Apple has made.
Apple IIe was replaced with a different computer with the same name, and the new computer joined a computer called Apple IIc.
The Apple IIe computer had color graphics. Apple IIe released in January 1983

Apple IIe sold for $1,395 http://www.vintage-computer.com/images/apple2e.jpg http://www.apple.com/ I Did! http://www.youtube.com Steve Wozinaik http://prezi.com/gmgmnpmmfqvq/computer-hardware/ Steve Jobs;The man who thought a lot.
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