Forty-four years ago today, april 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne signed contracts to create Apple Computer Company,media reported. A few days later, Mr. Wynne announced that he was pulling out and getting $800, leaving Jobs and Wozniak to launch Apple I, a product that allowed Apple to lead a revolution in the PC industry, and Apple turned to other markets and became one of the most successful companies in modern history.
In 1985, Wozniak left Apple, leaving Jobs at the helm. Under Mr. Jobs, the company, which also experienced his brief departure and founded small setbacks such as NeXT, has launched a number of iconic products such as the iMac G3, MacBook, iPod, first-generation iPhones and iPads, as well as the App Store and iTunes.
After His death in 2011, Tim Cook inherited and continued his legacy, with the new helmsman continuing to release iPhones and iPads, as well as new product lines such as the Apple Watch, HomePod and AirPods. In addition, Cook oversaw Apple’s deep push into the service, launching Apple News Plus, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade and Apple Music.