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The Ins and Outs of Apple, Inc. By: Millard Abbott and Jonathon Odem. Date: 11/25/13. The Beginning. The Silicon Valley . Founded by two men, Stephen Wozniak and Steve Jobs Both men lived in Silicon Valley in California. (Silicon Valley). Stephen Wozniak’s Education. Middle Aged Wozniak.

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    1. The Ins and Outs of Apple, Inc. By: Millard Abbott and Jonathon Odem Date: 11/25/13

    2. The Beginning The Silicon Valley • Founded by two men, Stephen Wozniak and Steve Jobs • Both men lived in Silicon Valley in California (Silicon Valley)

    3. Stephen Wozniak’s Education Middle Aged Wozniak • Wozniak always had a passion for technology • Pursued an education in engineering at the University of California, Berkeley • There he wrote the first copy of the BASIC programming (Steve Wozniak’s Profile)

    4. Steve Jobs’ Education Steve Jobs’ in 1977 • Attended Reed College • Dropped out after one semester • Pursued a career after an internship with Hewlett-Packard (HP) (Ashton Kutcher photographed)

    5. Acquaintances • They met in high school in a technology class • Discovered mutual interests through projects • Breakout for Atari • Sparked an idea between the two

    6. Small Budget • Both men sold their prized possessions • Made a total of $1,350 to begin the production of Apple I boards Apple I mother board (apple-history)

    7. In The Hole • Wozniak and Jobs purchased the parts from a local store called The Byte Shop • They ordered the first batch of parts on credit • 50 computers The Byte Shop (Happy 2013)

    8. Apple I - 1976 Apple I • 1 MHz CPU speed • Maximum RAM of 65 kB (El Manual De Computación)

    9. Apple II - 1977 Apple II • Added Plastic Casing • Displayed Color Graphics • Larger ROM and expandable RAM (apple-history)

    10. Going Public - 1980 • Apple makes their first debut on the stock market at a valuation of $1.8 billion. • 40 employees • Apple III was produced but failed due to reliability

    11. Macintosh 128k and 512K - 1984 Macintosh 128K and 512K desktop setup • The Macintosh 128k and 512K came out in 1984 • The 128k came with an Onboard RAM of 128k and a maximum RAM 128K • The 512K came with an Onboard RAM of 512K and a maximum RAM 512K (apple-history)

    12. No More Jobs – 1985 • Steve Jobs resigns from Apple after losing a boardroom struggle • Jobs moves on to start his own company called NeXT NeXT Inc. (Steve Jobs: Brilliant Failures)

    13. Apple vs. Microsoft: 1988-89 • Apple takes Microsoft to court for infringes of software that Jobs had produced. • The judge cuts the case in Microsoft’s favor for all but 10 charges.

    14. Macintosh Portable - 1989 Macintosh Portable Computer • CPU Speed 16MHz • ROM 256 kB • Onboard RAM 1 MB • Maximum RAM 8 MB (Mac Portable) • The Macintosh Portable had an optional hard drive of 40 MB

    15. Low Cost - 1990 • Criticized for being over price • Apple releases the trio • Mac Classic $999 • Mac LC $2,400 • Mac IIsi $3,800 • Sales went up so high that investors in stock were scared

    16. Macintosh Classic Macintosh IIsi (apple-history) (apple-history) Macintosh LC (low-cost color) (apple-history)

    17. Books - 1991 Apple’s first Powerbook • The PowerBook was Apple’s recovery over the embarrassment of the Mac Portable • 3 Models • 100 • 140 • 170 (apple-history)

    18. The Return and Takeover • In 1996, Apple Inc. acquires NeXT and Steven Jobs returns to Apple • Apple wanted NeXTstep’s basis for their new operating system • Gil Amelio caused a second multi-million dollar loss • Jobs took over the position of interim CEO • Later took the position of CEO

    19. iMac • 1998 • $1299 • Fastest Mac model ever • 4 GB Hard Drive • 256 MB RAM 1998 Apple iMac (apple-history)

    20. AirPort on iBook - 1999 Portable iMac called the iBook • Portable iMac • AirPort card ‘kicked off’ the Wi-Fi Mac OS 9 • The last of the oldest Mac operating systems • Featured: • Keychain • Automatic Updating • Internet File Sharing (apple-history)

    21. Operating Systems • Mac OS X • 10.1 – Puma 2001 • 10.2 – Jaguar 2002 • 10.3 – Panther 2003 • 10.4 – Tiger 2004 • 10.5 – Leopard 2007 • 10.6 – Snow Leopard 2008 • 10.7 – Lion 2011 • 10.8 – Mountain Lion 2012 • 10.9 – Mavericks 2013

    22. iTunes – 2003 • iPod was released for $399 in 2001 • 5 GB Hard Drive • Produced a new world for music and computers • 200,000 Tracks

    23. MacBook Pro • MacBook Pro – 2006 • 80/100 GB Hard Drive • 2 GB RAM • 2 Cores • CPU Speed: 1.83/2.0/2.16 GHz • MacBook Pro – 2012 • 500/750 GB Hard Drive • 8 GB RAM • 4 Cores • CPU Speed: 2.3/2.6 GHz 2012 Macbook Pro 2006 Macbook Pro (apple-history) (apple-history)

    24. iMac • iMac – 1998 • 4 GB Hard Drive • CPU Speed 233 MHz • Maximum RAM 256 MB • iMac – 2013 • 1 TB Hard Drive • CPU Speed 3.5 GHz • Maximum RAM 8 GB 1998 iMac 2013 iMac (apple-history) (apple-history)

    25. Works Cited • Apple Inc. Revenue by Category-Fiscal Q2 2013 . 2013. Chart. macrumors.com Web. 29 Oct 2013. • Apple OS History." Apple Operating System History.N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2013. • Dyball, Rennie. "Ashton Kutcher Photographed as Steve Jobs." PEOPLE.com. N.p., 14 May 2012. Web. 22 Nov. 2013. • "El Manual De Computación." Historia De La Computación. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2013. • "History Engine: Tools for Collaborative Education and Research | Episodes." History Engine: Tools for Collaborative Education and Research | Episodes. Richmond University, n.d.Web. 21 Nov. 2013. • Linzmayer, Owen W. "30 Pivotal Moments in Apple's History." Macworld. N.p., n.d.Web. 21 Nov. 2013.

    26. Works Cited Cont. • "Mac Portable Running OS X - FairerPlatform." FairerPlatform. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2013. • Moisescot, Romain. "Happy 2013! a.k.a the End of 2012 Steve Jobs News Roundup." allaboutSteveJobs.com. N.p., 15 Jan. 2013. Web. 24 Nov. 2013. • Nerdster, Professor. "Steve Jobs: Brilliant Failures Help You Grow [48]." Professor Nerdster. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2013. • Sanford, Glen. "Recent Changes." Apple-history.com / Specs for Every Apple Computer, Established 1996. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Nov. 2013. • "Silicon Valley." Silicon Valley. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2013. • "Steve Jobs Fast Facts." CNN. Cable News Network, 01 Jan. 1970. Web. 21 Nov. 2013. • "Steve Wozniak's Profile." Steve Wozniak's Profile. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2013.