Steve Jobs Innovative Creations
Regarded as a genius on par with such influential inventors as Thomas Edison or Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone, Jobs was also a miraculously successful executive. From its inauspicious origins in his parents' Los Altos, California, garage in 1976, Jobs built his company Apple into one of the world's most valuable corporations in dollar terms today. The lives of so many of us have been irreversibly changed for the better by the innovations of Steve Jobs.
Among his most famous innovations are:
Apple IJobs and his co-founder Steve Wozniak created the Apple I, a personal computer with no monitor, no keyboard and no mouse.
The original selling price when it was launched in 1976 was $666.66.
Apple IILaunched in 1977, Apple II was an improved and updated version of the previous model, this time with a keyboard, monitor and a new operating system. Wozniak had contributed much to its design and new features which made it easier to use and expandable. The Apple II was one of the first mass-produced, widely popular and profitable personal microcomputers.
The MacintoshWith the introduction of the Macintosh in 1984, called Mac for short, personal computing took a giant leap forward with its innovative graphics interface and mouse, an efficient, easy-to-use substitute for the keyboard, although the keyboard was also part of the package. The Mac was not initially a commercial success, but several other enhanced, expanded and improved models of the Mac, including a portable, were launched in the ensuing years with huge profitability.
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