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  • 1. By: Joseph Nacario.
    AppleInc.
    By: Joseph Nacario.
    Apple Inc.
  • 2. Apple Founding.
    Apple Founding.
  • 3. Apple Founding.
    Founded in 1976
    Stephen Wozniak (1950)
    Steven Jobs (1955)
  • 4. Apple Before Today.
    Apple Before Today.
  • 5. Apple Before Today.
    Apple had a very exciting history
    Allowed Microsoft to use Apple’s GUI
    Steve Jobs was sued by Apple President
    NeXT
  • 6. 1984 Apple Ad.
    1984 Apple Ad.
  • 7. 1984 Apple Ad.
  • 8. iPod.
    iPod.
  • 9. iPod.
    There are many different types of iPods:
    Nano, iTouch, iPod Classic (Video), Shuffle
    One for each type of life style
    Apple’s biggest sellers
  • 10. iPhone.
    iPhone.
  • 11. iPhone.
    Apple’s first attempt at a phone
    Exclusive to AT & T
    Big success
    There has been 4 generations of iPhones
    The iPhone 3GS is the newest one
  • 12. Apple Laptops.
    Apple Laptops.
  • 13. Apple Laptops.
    3 types of laptops
    MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air
    All Run Mac OS X 10.6.2
    Snow Leopard
    All can run Microsoft Office
  • 14. MacBook.
    MacBook.
  • 15. MacBook.
    The basic black or white Mac Laptop, 13.3”
    Comes with iLife
    The cheapest model runs for $999:
    2GB Memory
    250GB Hard Drive @ 5400 RPM
    Can be upgraded to:
    4GB Memory ($100 More)
    500GB Hard Drive @ 5400 RPM ($150 More)
  • 16. MacBook Pro.
    MacBook Pro.
  • 17. MacBook Pro.
    A much stronger laptop compared to the MacBook ($1199 - $2499)
    Display is 13.3”, 15”, or 17”
    The bigger the display, the better the system standards
    17” Display:
    2.8GHz Processor
    4GB Memory
    500 GB Hard Drive @ 5400 RPM
    Can be upgraded to:
    3.06GHz Processor ($300)
    8GB Memory ($600)
    500 GB Hard Drive @ 7200 RPM ($50)
    256GB Solid State Hard Drive ($650)
  • 18. MacBook Air.
    MacBook Air.
  • 19. MacBook Air.
    Thinnest Laptop on the market at .76” with display of 13.3”
    Two models, one at $1,499, the other at $1,799
    Standard is:
    2GB Memory
    120GB Hard Drive or 128GB Solid State Drive
    However, it cannot be upgraded.
  • 20. Apple Desktop.
    Apple Desktop.
  • 21. Apple Desktop.
    The iMac is Apple’s Desktop Computer
    Runs from $1199 - $1999
    21.5” or 27” displays
    Hard Drive can be upgraded up to 2TB
  • 22. iPad.
    iPad.
  • 23. iPad.
    Comes out April 3, 2010
    Starting price at $499
  • 24. Summary.
    Apple’s main focus is innovation
    They focus on user-friendly interfaces
    “Modernize” designs of computers
    Try to simplify the mundane tasks
    Apple Inc. started shaky, but is now a very successful computer manufacturer
  • 25. Works Cited:
    1984 Apple's Macintosh Commercial. Dir. Apple. Apple, Inc. 1984.
    Apple Inc. Apple. 2010. 14 March 2010 <http://www.apple.com>.
    The Apple Museum. TAM: The Apple Museum. 1998-2009. 15 March 2010 <http://www.theapplemuseum.com/index.php?id=1>.

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