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Transcript of Apple
Today I will be doing a Prezi about Apple. But it's not about the fruit apple, I mean those cool iPads, Apple watches, Phones, Macs, and other cool gadgets. And now you will learn how they were made and how it evolved through time. So sit back and relax.
Since we are learning about ads let's see an Apple Watch Ad
- Dad & Mum
The Main Events of Apple 3
1976: The Start
It was April Fools Day (April 1st ) that the Apple Computer Company was founded in Steve Jobs garage with his fellow college drop-out, Stephen Wozniak. The 3rd co-founder - Ronald Wayne - started to fear for a financial ruin, so he lowered his 10% stake in the partnership of Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak.
In November, a chip industry expert, Mike Markkula assists Steve Jobs in preparing a business plan and anticipated sales of $500 million in just 10 years!
1980: First Time in Public
When Apple was selling for the first time, it was the biggest sell-out since Ford the car released in 1956. Because of Apple's first public appearance, on the stock market it valued to $1.80 billion! Apple had 1,000 employees and more then 40 became an instant millionaires cause of stock options.
I hope you like it
Thanks For Listening
"Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works."
"Things don't have to change the world to be important."
"Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn't matter to me. Going to bed at night saying we've done something wonderful, that's what matters to me."
" The only way to do great work is to love what you do."
"Your time is limited so don't waste it living someone else's life."
The Main Events of Apple 2
1985: Steve Resigns From Apple
When losing a struggle in the boardroom with John Sculley, a famous business man and now chief executive officer of Apple, Steve Jobs resigns from Apple with a devoted of gang old employees that would be a big part of Pixar Animation Studios and he became founder, chairman, and CEO of NeXT Inc.
One idea is that apple is the fruit of knowledge from the Adam and Eve story.
Then two Stanford entrepreneurs were looking for a logo for their brand new computer company, they remembered Turing and for his technical help in the war from cracking German war codes. They chose an apple -- not a complete apple, but one with a bite taken out of it.
Another is because they were influenced from the story of Isaac Newton and his theory of gravity including an apple falling from an apple tree.
But these are not the only story for why Apple is apple.
If you can see closely that is a picture of Isaac Newton and the apple tree.
1. It is designed by Ronald Wayne
2. This image was created because they were influenced by Isaac Newton and his theory about gravity about the apple falling from the tree.
3. It also featured the copy: ‘A Mind Forever Voyaging Through Strange Seas of Thought – Alone’ .
4. If you didn't realise, this is the only logo that does not show a bitten apple.
TRIBUTE TO STEVE JOBS
Sadly Steve Jobs has passed away from Pancreatic Cancer
Tim Cook CEO of Apple had offered small part of his organ but Steve refused in anger saying he doesn't want to put Tim's life in danger for him. He still did a transplant but sadly 2 years later he got pancreatic cancer again and died.
May Steve Jobs Rest In Peace
1996: Next Purchase Announced
Newly-installed CEO Gilbert Amelio shocks Mac users by buying Next Software from long-exiled Steve Jobs.
2000: Jobs Becomes CEO
Finally confident that Apple’s turnaround is no fluke, Jobs agrees to accept CEO role, splitting his time between Cupertino and Emeryville, where he’s also CEO of Pixar.
Why is the logo an apple?
The Most Interesting Logo