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  • integrated ˈ circuit a very small electronic circuit which consists of a lot of small parts made on a piece of semiconducting material semiconductor a material, such as silicon , which allows electricity to move through it more easily when its temperature increases, or an electronic device made from this material Semiconductors are used for making integrated circuits and computers.
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  • History of apple incorporation

    1. 1. THE HISTORY OF APPLE, INC. Kardan University
    2. 2. WHY “APPLE”?  Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Mike Markkula formed Apple Computer on April 1, 1976, after taking out a $250,000 loan. At the time, the company to beat was Atarti, and “Apple” came before them alphabetically, and also therefore in the phone book.
    3. 3. JOBS AND WOZ  First met in 1971; Jobs was 16, Wozniak was 21  Steve Wozniak built a computer to run on the 6502 chip from MOS technology, but Jobs had the idea to sell it
    4. 4. MOS TECHNOLOGY  MOS Technology, Inc. ("MOS" being short for Metal Oxide Semiconductor), also known as CSG (Commodore Semiconductor Group), was a semiconductor design and fabrication company based in Norristown, Pennsylvania, in the United States. It is most famous for its 6502 microprocessor, and various designs for Commodore International's range of home computers.
    5. 5. APPLE I  First demonstrated in April 1976  Used a TV as a display  Many machines had no display  Cassette interface  Used fewer parts than anything in its class Apple Computer’s first logo, designed by Ronald Wayne, shows Isaac Newton underneath an apple tree.
    6. 6. APPLE II  First introduced in 1977  Recognized by many as being the first “computer”  Production ended in 1993; Apple had sold over two million units  Unlike Apple I, this version included graphics
    7. 7. 1984: MACINTOSH
    8. 8.  Introduced on January 24, 1984, the Macintosh was the world’s first truly personal computer, with a user-friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI).  Introduced desktop publishing with Adobe PageMaker Macintosh’s first icons were created by graphic designer Susan Kare. Created an entire Mac Family: Mac Plus (1986) Mac SE and Mac II (1987) Mac Classic and Mac LC (1990) Macintosh Portable (1989) PowerBook (1991)
    9. 9. AIM ALLIANCE  In 1991, Apple Computer, IBM, and Motorola joined to create the PowerPC processors  Apple & IBM created two side projects called Taligent and Kaleida Labs.
    10. 10. AIM ALLIANCE  Started Power Macintosh line in 1994 using PReP (PowerPC Reference Platform)  Produced the first hand-held PDA, the Newton, in 1993 Did not take off for Apple, but was the forerunner for PalmPilot and Palm PC
    11. 11. POWER STRUGGLE  Jobs was fired in 1985 by the board of directors, but after three unsuccessful CEOs throughout the early- mid 90s, was brought back in 1997 and assumed the position of interim CEO.
    12. 12. IMAC IS BORN  Jobs first recreated desktop, combining the monitor and CPU into one  Sold over one million units a year  Introduced Apple’s new emphasis on design and aesthetics
    13. 13. MAC OS X  Jobs also created an entirely new operating system Wanted to emphasize the “digital lifestyle”
    14. 14. IPOD  Introduced on October 23, 2001  5GB hard drive; 1000 songs  Apple had already registered the name for a group of internet kiosks that were never implemented In July 2005, iPod’s U.S. market share was estimated at 74% January 2007, Apple reported record annual earnings of $7.1 billion, 48% of which was from iPod sales.
    15. 15. IPOD + ITUNES  Launched in 2003; had 2 million downloads in 16 days  Over 2 billion songs sold 1.2 billion songs sold in 2006 alone
    16. 16. APPLE, INC.  In January, Steve Jobs announced the company would change it’s name to Apple, Inc. to incorporate their many endeavors
    17. 17. THANKS