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 07 Oct 2011

Apple co-founder and Chairman Steve Jobs died.


Apple co-founder and Chairman Steve Jobs died. He was 56.

He was one of the most legendary businessmen in American history.

Personal computing was invented with the launch of the Apple II in 1977. Legal digital music recordings were brought into the mainstream with the iPod and iTunes in the early 2000s, and mobile phones were never the same after the 2007 debut of the iPhone. Jobs played an instrumental role in the development of all three, and managed to find time to transform the art of computer-generated movie-making on the side.

The invention of the iPad in 2010, a touch-screen tablet computer his competitors flocked to reproduce, was the capstone of his career as a technologist. A conceptual hybrid of a touch-screen iPod and a slate computer, the 10-inch mobile device was Jobs’ vision for a more personal computing device.

In 1976, Steve Jobs, along with his friends founded the Apple Inc.

Jobs met another co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak (left on the photo) worked as a student trainee in the famous company Hewlett-Packard.

The first computer company Apple can be found in stores county Bay Area, and it cost 666 dollars 66 cents. It was a set of printed circuit boards, parts placers, and 16 pages of instructions. To build the operating device, the user must have been somewhere else get the power supply, keyboard and monitor.

In 1983, Jobs has invited the President of PepsiCo John Sculley (pictured - in the center) to share with him and Wozniak the management of the Apple.

His next venture - the company NeXT Computer. The company designed the really advanced (for that time) PC in an elegant box of manganese alloy. PC run advanced at that time graphical interface, built-in Ethernet port and many other successful technical solutions.

Many of the innovations used in computers, NeXT, found their way into the next generation of computers Apple.

In 2001, Jobs has made a new revolution in the world of electronic gadgets, by introducing iPod.

In 2007 he introduced iPhone which instantly became one of the most popular mobile phones.

In January 2010, Jobs announced that Apple will soon introduce a new mini-computer. Essentially similar to the iPhone, it will have a much larger screen, which makes it more convenient and enjoyable things such as reading, playing and watching videos.

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