Creation of Apple Corporation
Technology is the world’s leading industry today because of the fact that it has changed society in every field. Well, why has computer technology prospered through recent years? The answer is very simple, Apple Inc. Apple products have a significant impact on our society due to their stellar design and unique shape, their durability, and their many creative applications. Apple computer was founded on April 1st, 1976 by Steven Jobs, and Steven Wozniak. Apple's revolutionary products, which include the iPod, iPhone and iPad, are now seen as dictating the evolution of modern technology. The only way this accomplishment was achieved was by Steve Jobs ambition to make Apple the best computer company any man has created.
Prior to the Apple’s beginnings, Jobs had enrolled at Homestead High School where he was introduced to his future partner, Steve Wozniak, through a friend of Wozniak's. At the time, Woz was building a little computer board with Bill Fernandez that they called, “the Cream Soda Computer”. Woz showed it to Steve, who seemed really interested.” Typically, it was really hard for me to explain to people the kind of design stuff I worked on, but Steve got it right away. And I liked him. He was kind of skinny and wiry and full of energy. […] Steve and I got close right away, even though he was still in high school […]. We talked electronics, we talked about music we liked, and we traded stories about pranks we’d pulled” (iWoz, 214). They formed a bond and a couple of years later, Woz and Steve started their first project. It was 1972 when they started to work on a device that would allow people to make free phone calls, and to their surprise, it worked! It was then Steve who came up with the idea of selling them. Woz supplied the technological side, while jobs dreamed up ways for people to use the products they developed. In 1976, when Jobs was just 21, he and Wozniak started...
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