Who is Apple’s co-founder?

The Man Who Thought Different

Apple was founded in 1976 by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.

Full name – Steve Paul Jobs

Born – Feb 24, 1955 in San Fransisco, California, U.S.

Parents – Adopted by Clara and Paul Jobs.

Three men started Apple – Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Mike Markkula, who together designed and marketed the Apple II series of computers in late 1970. It was the first commercially successful line of personal computers.

The first computer to use a mouse-driven GUI (graphical user interface) – Apple Lisa in 1983.

After One Year, the Apple legend began to grow with the Apple Macintosh.

In 1985, after a long and lengthy fight with the Apple board, Jobs leave the company that he helped create.

He founded a tech company NEXT that specialized in higher education and business.

Steve took a major interest in a small division of Lucasfilm Ltd in 1986. Where he focused on the development of computer-generated graphics for animated movies which later acquired by him and now known as Pixar.

Pixar released “Toy Story” in 1995 after many small projects and lots of trial and error. It became one of the most successful and

After many small projects and lots of trial and error, Pixar released “Toy Story” in 1995 crediting Jobs as the executive producer. Pixar became one of the most successful animated movie companies in the world.

Jobs’ second term at apple started in 1996 which still manufactured computers only. Apple iPod was launched in 2001 which led to Apple iPhone in 2007.

In 2003, Steve was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and went under major reconstructive surgery in 2004. He temporarily stepped down from his corporal duties in January 2009.

Steve resigned as Apple’s CEO in Aug 2011. On 5th Oct 2011, he died at the age of 56.

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