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Moath Alobeid Steven Jobs & Steven Wozniak By Moath Alobeid Steven Jobs and Steven Wozniak were high school friends that both had a fond interest in electronics. Jobs worked for Atari and Wozniak worked for Hewlett-Packard. In 1976 Wozniak created what became Apple I and his friend, Jobs, insisted that he sell the item, so with $1300, Apple Computer, Inc. was founded. Apple did not begin to take off until a year later in 1977, when the Apple II was created. It was the first personal computer with color graphics and a plastic case. In 1980 Apple Computer, Inc. was converted to public ownership and in 1982 they became the first personal computer company to reach $1billion in annual sales.
In 1983, Jobs offered John Sculley, president of Pepsi-Cola, to become the President and CEO of Apple. Jobs believed that Sculley would grow the company, but it turned out that Sculley had no computer knowledge and would eventually cause Jobs to lose his job. In the meantime, the Macintosh debuted in 1984 and Apple spent more than $2.5million to purchase every advertising page in the November post-election addition of Newsweek. A year after, in 1985, there was an internal struggle of power where the board of directors sided with Sculley, and Jobs was forced to resign.
After Jobs left, he went to co-find, Pixar Animation Studios, which would later be purchased by the Walt Disney Company for $7.4billion, leaving Jobs as Disney’s largest shareholder. Jobs also went on to find NeXT Inc., and in 1996, Jobs came back to Apple as a special advisor with the acquisition of NeXT. The merger allowed for Apple to acquire NeXTstep, which was the basis for Apple’s next generation operating system and Rhapsody. Being that this merger brought the company much success, Jobs was named CEO in 1997.
In 2001 Apple introduced, the iPod and iTunes, which would revolutionize music. Apple has transformed a wide array of markets, including music, movies, computers, smart phones, and the new tablets. With all of these accomplishments, it leaves people to wonder what will come next, being that on January 17, 2011, Steven Jobs announced that he would be taking an open-ended break from Apple, and many speculate that it could be the result of him being ill. His departure leaves people worried, anxious, and apprehensive; however, Apple is still thriving.
Apple commands 9.7 percent of the personal computer market in the United States, and has become the second most valued company in the world, well ahead of its rival Microsoft. Apple has also announced that in the last three months of 2010, they acquired $6billion in profits. It is safe to say that Apple company is doing well and will continue to do so in the future as long as they stay consistent, innovative, and ahead of the competition. Steven Jobs and Steven Wozniak Founded Apple in 1976 Steven Jobs and Steven Wozniak were high school friends that both had a fond interest in electronics. Jobs worked for Atari and Wozniak worked for Hewlett-Packard. In 1976 Wozniak created what became Apple I and his friend, Jobs, insisted that he sell the item, so with $1300, Apple Computer, Inc. was founded. Apple did not begin to take off until a year later in 1977, when the Apple II was created. It was the first personal computer with color graphics and a plastic case. In 1980 Apple Computer, Inc. was converted to public ownership and in 1982 they became the first personal computer company to reach $1billion in annual sales.
In 1983, Jobs offered John Sculley, president of Pepsi-Cola, to become the President and CEO of Apple. Jobs believed that Sculley would grow the company, but it turned out that Sculley had no computer knowledge and would eventually cause Jobs to lose his job. In the meantime, the Macintosh debuted in 1984 and Apple spent more than $2.5million to purchase every advertising page in the November post-election addition of Newsweek. A year after, in 1985, there was an internal struggle of power where the board of directors sided with Sculley, and Jobs was forced to resign.
After Jobs left, he went to co-find, Pixar Animation Studios, which would later be purchased by the Walt Disney Company for $7.4billion, leaving Jobs as Disney’s largest shareholder. Jobs also went on to find NeXT Inc., and in 1996, Jobs came back to Apple as a special advisor with the acquisition of NeXT. The merger allowed for Apple to acquire NeXTstep, which was the basis for Apple’s next generation operating system and Rhapsody. Being that this merger brought the company much success, Jobs was named CEO in 1997.
In 2001 Apple introduced, the iPod and iTunes, which would revolutionize music. Apple has transformed a wide array of markets, including music, movies, computers, smart phones, and the new tablets. With all of these accomplishments, it leaves people to wonder what will come next, being that on January 17, 2011, Steven Jobs announced that he would be taking an open-ended break from Apple, and many speculate that it could be the result of him being ill. His departure leaves people worried, anxious, and apprehensive; however, Apple is still thriving.
Apple commands 9.7 percent of the personal computer market in the United States, and has become the second most valued company in the world, well ahead of its rival Microsoft. Apple has also announced that in the last three months of 2010, they acquired $6billion in profits. It is safe to say that Apple company is doing well and will continue to do so in the future as long as they stay consistent, innovative, and ahead of the competition. Steven Jobs and Steven Wozniak were high school friends that both had a fond interest in electronics. Jobs worked for Atari and Wozniak worked for Hewlett-Packard. In 1976 Wozniak created what became Apple I and his friend, Jobs, insisted that he sell the item, so with $1300, Apple Computer, Inc. was founded. Apple did not begin to take off until a year later in 1977, when the Apple II was created. It was the first personal computer with color graphics and a plastic case. In 1980 Apple Computer, Inc. was converted to public ownership and in 1982 they became the first personal computer company to reach $1billion in annual sales.
In 1983, Jobs offered John Sculley, president of Pepsi-Cola, to become the President and CEO of Apple. Jobs believed that Sculley would grow the company, but it turned out that Sculley had no computer knowledge and would eventually cause Jobs to lose his job. In the meantime, the Macintosh debuted in 1984 and Apple spent more than $2.5million to purchase every advertising page in the November post-election addition of Newsweek. A year after, in 1985, there was an internal struggle of power where the board of directors sided with Sculley, and Jobs was forced to resign.
After Jobs left, he went to co-find, Pixar Animation Studios, which would later be purchased by the Walt Disney Company for $7.4billion, leaving Jobs as Disney’s largest shareholder. Jobs also went on to find NeXT Inc., and in 1996, Jobs came back to Apple as a special advisor with the acquisition of NeXT. The merger allowed for Apple to acquire NeXTstep, which was the basis for Apple’s next generation operating system and Rhapsody. Being that this merger brought the company much success, Jobs was named CEO in 1997. Steven Jobs and Steven Wozniak were high school friends that both had a fond interest in electronics. Jobs worked for Atari and Wozniak worked for Hewlett-Packard. In 1976 Wozniak created what became Apple I and his friend, Jobs, insisted that he sell the item, so with $1300, Apple Computer, Inc. was founded. Apple did not begin to take off until a year later in 1977, when the Apple II was created. It was the first personal computer with color graphics and a plastic case. In 1980 Apple Computer, Inc. was converted to public ownership and in 1982 they became the first personal computer company to reach $1billion in annual sales.
In 1983, Jobs offered John Sculley, president of Pepsi-Cola, to become the President and CEO of Apple. Jobs believed that Sculley would grow the company, but it turned out that Sculley had no computer knowledge and would eventually cause Jobs to lose his job. In the meantime, the Macintosh debuted in 1984 and Apple spent more than $2.5million to purchase every advertising page in the November post-election addition of Newsweek. A year after, in 1985, there was an internal struggle of power where the board of directors sided with Sculley, and Jobs was forced to resign.
After Jobs left, he went to co-find, Pixar Animation Studios, which would later be purchased by the Walt Disney Company for $7.4billion, leaving Jobs as Disney’s largest shareholder. Jobs also went on to find NeXT Inc., and in 1996, Jobs came back to Apple as a special advisor with the acquisition of NeXT. The merger allowed for Apple to acquire NeXTstep, which was the basis for Apple’s next generation operating system and Rhapsody. Being that this merger brought the company much success, Jobs was named CEO in 1997.
In 2001 Apple introduced, the iPod and iTunes, which would revolutionize music. Apple has transformed a wide array of markets, including music, movies, computers, smart phones, and the new tablets. With all of these accomplishments, it leaves people to wonder what will come next, being that on January 17, 2011, Steven Jobs announced that he would be taking an open-ended break from Apple, and many speculate that it could be the result of him being ill. His departure leaves people worried, anxious, and apprehensive; however, Apple is still thriving.
Apple commands 9.7 percent of the personal computer market in the United States, and has become the second most valued company in the world, well ahead of its rival Microsoft. Apple has also announced that in the last three months of 2010, they acquired $6billion in profits. It is safe to say that Apple company is doing well and will continue to do so in the future as long as they stay consistent, innovative, and ahead of the competition. Steven Jobs and Steven Wozniak were high school friends that both had a fond interest in electronics. Jobs worked for Atari and Wozniak worked for Hewlett-Packard. In 1976 Wozniak created what became Apple I and his friend, Jobs, insisted that he sell the item, so with $1300, Apple Computer, Inc. was founded. Apple did not begin to take off until a year later in 1977, when the Apple II was created. It was the first personal computer with color graphics and a plastic case. In 1980 Apple Computer, Inc. was converted to public ownership and in 1982 they became the first personal computer company to reach $1billion in annual sales.
In 1983, Jobs offered John Sculley, president of Pepsi-Cola, to become the President and CEO of Apple. Jobs believed that Sculley would grow the company, but it turned out that Sculley had no computer knowledge and would eventually cause Jobs to lose his job. In the meantime, the Macintosh debuted in 1984 and Apple spent more than $2.5million to purchase every advertising page in the November post-election addition of Newsweek. A year after, in 1985, there was an internal struggle of power where the board of directors sided with Sculley, and Jobs was forced to resign.
After Jobs left, he went to co-find, Pixar Animation Studios, which would later be purchased by the Walt Disney Company for $7.4billion, leaving Jobs as Disney’s largest shareholder. Jobs also went on to find NeXT Inc., and in 1996, Jobs came back to Apple as a special advisor with the acquisition of NeXT. The merger allowed for Apple to acquire NeXTstep, which was the basis for Apple’s next generation operating system and Rhapsody. Being that this merger brought the company much success, Jobs was named CEO in 1997.
In 2001 Apple introduced, the iPod and iTunes, which would revolutionize music. Apple has transformed a wide array of markets, including music, movies, computers, smart phones, and the new tablets. With all of these accomplishments, it leaves people to wonder what will come next, being that on January 17, 2011, Steven Jobs announced that he would be taking an open-ended break from Apple, and many speculate that it could be the result of him being ill. His departure leaves people worried, anxious, and apprehensive; however, Apple is still thriving.
Apple commands 9.7 percent of the personal computer market in the United States, and has become the second most valued company in the world, well ahead of its rival Microsoft. Apple has also announced that in the last three months of 2010, they acquired $6billion in profits. It is safe to say that Apple company is doing well and will continue to do so in the future as long as they stay consistent, innovative, and ahead of the competition. Steven Jobs and Steven Wozniak were high school friends that both had a fond interest in electronics. Jobs worked for Atari and Wozniak worked for Hewlett-Packard. In 1976 Wozniak created what became Apple I and his friend, Jobs, insisted that he sell the item, so with $1300, Apple Computer, Inc. was founded. Apple did not begin to take off until a year later in 1977, when the Apple II was created. It was the first personal computer with color graphics and a plastic case. In 1980 Apple Computer, Inc. was converted to public ownership and in 1982 they became the first personal computer company to reach $1billion in annual sales.
In 1983, Jobs offered John Sculley, president of Pepsi-Cola, to become the President and CEO of Apple. Jobs believed that Sculley would grow the company, but it turned out that Sculley had no computer knowledge and would eventually cause Jobs to lose his job. In the meantime, the Macintosh debuted in 1984 and Apple spent more than $2.5million to purchase every advertising page in the November post-election addition of Newsweek. A year after, in 1985, there was an internal struggle of power where the board of directors sided with Sculley, and Jobs was forced to resign.
After Jobs left, he went to co-find, Pixar Animation Studios, which would later be purchased by the Walt Disney Company for $7.4billion, leaving Jobs as Disney’s largest shareholder. Jobs also went on to find NeXT Inc., and in 1996, Jobs came back to Apple as a special advisor with the acquisition of NeXT. The merger allowed for Apple to acquire NeXTstep, which was the basis for Apple’s next generation operating system and Rhapsody. Being that this merger brought the company much success, Jobs was named CEO in 1997. Steven Jobs and Steven Wozniak were high school friends that both had a fond interest in electronics. Jobs worked for Atari and Wozniak worked for Hewlett-Packard. In 1976 Wozniak created what became Apple I and his friend, Jobs, insisted that he sell the item, so with $1300, Apple Computer, Inc. was founded. Apple did not begin to take off until a year later in 1977, when the Apple II was created. It was the first personal computer with color graphics and a plastic case. In 1980 Apple Computer, Inc. was converted to public ownership and in 1982 they became the first personal computer company to reach $1billion in annual sales.
In 1983, Jobs offered John Sculley, president of Pepsi-Cola, to become the President and CEO of Apple. Jobs believed that Sculley would grow the company, but it turned out that Sculley had no computer knowledge and would eventually cause Jobs to lose his job. In the meantime, the Macintosh debuted in 1984 and Apple spent more than $2.5million to purchase every advertising page in the November post-election addition of Newsweek. A year after, in 1985, there was an internal struggle of power where the board of directors sided with Sculley, and Jobs was forced to resign.
After Jobs left, he went to co-find, Pixar Animation Studios, which would later be purchased by the Walt Disney Company for $7.4billion, leaving Jobs as Disney’s largest shareholder. Jobs also went on to find NeXT Inc., and in 1996, Jobs came back to Apple as a special advisor with the acquisition of NeXT. The merger allowed for Apple to acquire NeXTstep, which was the basis for Apple’s next generation operating system and Rhapsody. Being that this merger brought the company much success, Jobs was named CEO in 1997.
In 2001 Apple introduced, the iPod and iTunes, which would revolutionize music. Apple has transformed a wide array of markets, including music, movies, computers, smart phones, and the new tablets. With all of these accomplishments, it leaves people to wonder what will come next, being that on January 17, 2011, Steven Jobs announced that he would be taking an open-ended break from Apple, and many speculate that it could be the result of him being ill. His departure leaves people worried, anxious, and apprehensive; however, Apple is still thriving.
Apple commands 9.7 percent of the personal computer market in the United States, and has become the second most valued company in the world, well ahead of its rival Microsoft. Apple has also announced that in the last three months of 2010, they acquired $6billion in profits. It is safe to say that Apple company is doing well and will continue to do so in the future as long as they stay consistent, innovative, and ahead of the competition. Steven Jobs and Steven Wozniak were high school friends that both had a fond interest in electronics. Jobs worked for Atari and Wozniak worked for Hewlett-Packard. In 1976 Wozniak created what became Apple I and his friend, Jobs, insisted that he sell the item, so with $1300, Apple Computer, Inc. was founded. Apple did not begin to take off until a year later in 1977, when the Apple II was created. It was the first personal computer with color graphics and a plastic case. In 1980 Apple Computer, Inc. was converted to public ownership and in 1982 they became the first personal computer company to reach $1billion in annual sales.
In 1983, Jobs offered John Sculley, president of Pepsi-Cola, to become the President and CEO of Apple. Jobs believed that Sculley would grow the company, but it turned out that Sculley had no computer knowledge and would eventually cause Jobs to lose his job. In the meantime, the Macintosh debuted in 1984 and Apple spent more than $2.5million to purchase every advertising page in the November post-election addition of Newsweek. A year after, in 1985, there was an internal struggle of power where the board of directors sided with Sculley, and Jobs was forced to resign.
After Jobs left, he went to co-find, Pixar Animation Studios, which would later be purchased by the Walt Disney Company for $7.4billion, leaving Jobs as Disney’s largest shareholder. Jobs also went on to find NeXT Inc., and in 1996, Jobs came back to Apple as a special advisor with the acquisition of NeXT. The merger allowed for Apple to acquire NeXTstep, which was the basis for Apple’s next generation operating system and Rhapsody. Being that this merger brought the company much success, Jobs was named CEO in 1997. Apple History John Sculley Became President and CEO in 1983 Jobs was forced to Resign after the board of directors sided with Sculley and he went on to co-find Pixar and find NeXT Inc.
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