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Удивительно, но именно так выглядели компьютеры Apple на самой ранней стадии.

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Удивительно, но именно так выглядели компьютеры Apple на самой ранней стадии.

Удивительно, но именно так выглядели компьютеры Apple на самой ранней стадии.

В четверг, 2-го Августа 2018 года, Apple установила рекорд в качестве первой публичной компании в истории Уолл-стрит стоимостью 1 триллион долларов. Давайте оглянемся назад на годы становления этого технологического гиганта.

Steve Jobs, cofounder of Apple Computer Inc., at the first West Coast Computer Faire, where the Apple II computer was debuted in San Francisco, 1977. Tom Munnecke / Getty Images

The Apple II was designed and built by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak by the end of 1976 as the first mass-marketed personal computer. Science & Society Picture Library / Getty Images

Joel Skolnick, a computer store manager in Cambridge, Massachusetts, displays a memory board of an Apple II computer on Nov. 15, 1978. David Tenenbaum / AP

Left: Jobs poses with an Apple II computer, 1981. Right: The Apple III computer was first introduced in 1980 and was intended to be aimed at business users. It was the first Apple machine to incorporate a built-in 5.25-inch floppy disk drive and high-resolution graphics built into the motherboard. Getty Images

Journalist Elizabeth Peer poses with a range of Apple computers in New York, 1982. Robert R. Mcelroy / Getty Images

Michela Alioto, a woman with paraplegia, undergoes physical therapy with the aid of an Apple II Plus on Sept. 24, 1983. Corbis / Getty Images

Wozniak (left center) and Apple’s then-CEO John Sculley (far right), and Jobs (center) discuss the new Apple IIc at a press conference in San Francisco, 1984. Sal Veder / AP

Youth members of a local computer club in San Francisco try out the keyboards of the new Apple IIc computer on April 24, 1984. Sal Veder / AP

The Macintosh Portable computer in 1989. Science & Society Picture Librar / Getty Images

Children use Apple computers in their classroom in San Francisco, 1994. James D. Wilson / Getty Images

Left: Apple President and CEO Michael Spindler during a news conference at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, on Jan. 23, 1996. Right: Two young Burmese monks walk past a billboard advertising Apple Macintosh computers on May 25, 1996, in Rangoon, Myanmar. AP Photo

Exhibitors show off Macintosh products at the Macworld convention in San Francisco on Jan. 12, 1996. The following week saw Apple posting a $68 million operating loss for the quarter with the expectation to lay off at least 1,000 employees. Paul Sakuma / AP

Baron Byron, a computer salesperson at Computerware in Palo Alto, California, demonstrates Apple’s Newton device at his store on May 22, 1997. Paul Sakuma / AP

Apple employees walk past giant computer icons adjacent to the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, on Feb. 3, 1997. Steve Castillo / AP

Jobs stands at a podium as Bill Gates, then the chief executive of Microsoft, appears on a video screen to address the Macworld convention and announce the new alliance between Apple and Microsoft on Aug. 6, 1997. Julia Malakie / AP

A salesperson shows a potential customer new models during the Apple Expo show in Paris, on Sept. 18, 1997. Str Old

A man buys an anti-Windows T-shirt from a sidewalk vendor outside the World Trade Center in Boston on Aug. 7, 1997. Victoria Arocho / ASSOCIATED PRESS

Cars drive by an Apple Computer billboard on March 31, 1998, in Los Angeles. Gilles Mingasson / Getty Images

Apple’s new iBook laptop computer on July 1, 1999. Ted Thai / Getty Images

A boy tries out an Apple iMac computer in Tokyo, 1999. Toshifumi Kitamura / AFP / Getty Images

Steve Jobs in Paris on Sept. 17, 1998. William Stevens / Getty Images

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