This day, 44 years ago, on April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne signed the contract and marked the beginning of the Apple Computer Company.
Here, at Appleosophy, we talk a lot about the future of Apple, and it upcoming products, and now, we should stop by and take a brief look at its history. Here are the beginning of the company:
A few days later, Ronald Way stepped back and received $800, leaving Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak alone, when they released the Apple I, the computer that revolutionized the world, and inspired and oriented other companies to copy the design and to develop their own model of personal computers.
After that, in 1985, Steve Wozniak left Apple too, leaving Steve Jobs in charge of the company, and yet, with only one founder, Apple has launched more revolutionizing products, such as the iMac G3, the MacBook, the iPod, the original iPhone, and the iPad, and services like the App Store and iTunes.
After Steve Jobs passed away in October 5 2011, Tim Cook took over the leadership of the company, launching more and more revolutionizing and exciting products, such as the Apple Watch, HomePod and the Airpods, and developed the already existing services like the App Store and iTunes and launched new ones such as Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Apple TV+ and Apple News+.
Apple’s history does not end there though, as they have way more exciting news and features to offer, such as the 5G iPhone, AR Glasses, AirTag and more, which might come this quarters or in the following years.