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  • Apple Computer Interventions

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    world. Without some of these inventions, things that we do everyday might not occur. For example, the Apple Computer is one of these inventions. It has many different websites and apps for many different reasons. The Apple computer has gone through many updates and changes to make it more resourceful. This computer changed the technological life in the personal and public eye. The Apple computer provides services or websites for self security, it provides websites and apps for entertainment, and

  • Apple Computer, Inc.

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    Apple Computer, Inc., is an American multinational corporation. The company originally founded on April 1, 1976, is located in Cupertino, California. Apple is renowned for their designs, having developed their own computer software and personal computers that have revolutionized the world of electronics. Apple was the first company to introduce the 8-bit fully functional home computer called, Apple II, in 1977. The Apple II eventually became the first successful commercially produced microcomputers

  • The Impact of Apple Computers

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    The year 1968 marks the revolution of computers as Engelbart demonstrated to the public a new type of computer that featured graphical user interface (GUI) (page 105-106). After the demonstration, Engelbart and Xerox PARC designed and created the first commercialized computer with GUI (Xerox Alto) and other advanced features that included word processing, an operation system, programs that are easy to use, and etcetera (p. 119). The Xerox Alto had the potential to create a sensation in the 1970s

  • Apple Computer, Inc.

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    Overview Apple Computer, Inc. originated as merely an idea, coming to realization in the basement of Steve Job’s parent’s house. Apple has come a long way since it started and has been acknowledged for its accomplishments in pioneering products, marketing, and services. With the way the business operates, has inspired companies all over the world. As you read, I will be look at how exactly it brought this company to these great accomplishments and what can be learned from the company. Strategic

  • Apple And The Computer Industry

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    company started off as “Apple Computer,” best known for its Macintosh personal computers (PCs) in the 1980’s and 1990’s. Despite a strong brand, rapid growth, and high profits in the late 1980s, Apple almost went bankrupt in 1996 (Kim & Yoffie, 2010, p.1). This can be explained that Apple has become larger and more significant than other competitors put together in 1980. Because Apple failed to innovate in 1996, the company almost went bankruptcy but eventually Steve Jobs took Apple from bad situation

  • A Critical Analysis Of Apple Computers

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    Apple computers Name Date Executive Summary This report had conducted a critical analysis of the Apple computers newer product lines, its competitors and recent events. This report has identified that monitoring a c company most modern product lines, its competitors and events that they carry out in the market is suitable for learning on the enterprise information and as such makes logical decisions about the future of a venture. In light of the Apple computers company, this report has established

  • Apple Computer, Inc. Essay

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    Apple computer, Inc. is one of the largest tech companies in the world. The company was established on April 1, 1976, and incorporated on January 3, 1977. Apple computer had been using this name for the first 30 years then removed the word “computer” on January 9, 2007. Apple has produced a lot of innovative products and has successfully become one of the top leaders in the field of technology. Apple itself produces hardware which includes Macintosh computers, iPods, iPhones and iPads. In order to

  • Apple Computer Case Analysis

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    APPLE COMPUTER CASE ANALYSIS After the return of Steve Jobs at Apple Computer many changes happened which finally brought the company back to profitability. However Apple holds a market share of only 3.48 percent among its six strongest competitors. The fact is that today the PC market is a mature market and only the strong survive. In Exhibit 1 is shown how the PC market has been shared among the most valuable players and how Apple 's share has decreased by more than half during five

  • Personal Computer Company At Apple

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    Jobs and Steve Wozniak found Apple Computer, Inc. • 1980 Apple converts to public ownership. • 1982 Apple becomes the first personal computer company to reach $1 billion in annual sales. • 1985 John Scully assumes the helm after a management shakeup that causes the departure of Jobs and several other Apple executives. • 1991 PowerBook line of notebook computers is released. • 1994 Power Macintosh line is released. • 1996 Acquisition of NeXT brings Steve Jobs back to Apple as a special advisor. • 1997

  • Apple Computer vs Microsoft

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    Introduction: It seems that the competition that has been brewing between Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) has never really died down from the late 1970s, even as both companies have had ups and downs in the stock market and in the consumer products market as well. Apple Inc. v. Microsoft Corp., was a copyright infringement lawsuit in which Apple Computer sought to prevent Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard from using visual graphical user interface (GUI) elements that were