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Final Group Project Timeline of Apple Computers
Final Group Project Timeline of Apple Computers
Timeline of the Apple Computers (History, Present,& Future)
Timeline of the Apple Computers (History, Present,& Future)
The Beginning 1976
The Beginning 1976
History of 1977
History of 1977
History of 1977
History of 1977
History of 1978
History of 1978
History of 1979
History of 1979
History of 1979
History of 1979
History of 1980
History of 1980
History of 1981-1982
History of 1981-1982
History of 1983  1984
History of 1983 1984
History of 1985  1986
History of 1985 1986
History of 1985  1986
History of 1985 1986
History of 1987  1988
History of 1987 1988
History of 1989  1990
History of 1989 1990
History of 1991  1992
History of 1991 1992
History of 1993  1994
History of 1993 1994
History of 1993  1994
History of 1993 1994
History of 1995  1996
History of 1995 1996
History of 1997  1998
History of 1997 1998
History of 1999  2000
History of 1999 2000
History of 2001  2002
History of 2001 2002
History of 2003  2004
History of 2003 2004
History of 2005  2006
History of 2005 2006
Present 2007
Present 2007
Present 2007
Present 2007
Present 2007
Present 2007
Present 2007
Present 2007
Present 2007
Present 2007
Future Products of Apple Inc
Future Products of Apple Inc
Future Products of Apple Inc
Future Products of Apple Inc
Group Activity Log
Group Activity Log

References
References

: Final Group Project Timeline of Apple Computers. : Marquitta Martin. : Final Group Project Timeline of Apple Computers.ppt. zip-: 666 .

Final Group Project Timeline of Apple Computers

Final Group Project Timeline of Apple Computers.ppt
1 Final Group Project Timeline of Apple Computers

Final Group Project Timeline of Apple Computers

ITECH 1001-17 Marquitta Martin Dr. Sonal Dekhane Sahil Datta December 3, 2007

2 Timeline of the Apple Computers (History, Present,& Future)

Timeline of the Apple Computers (History, Present,& Future)

Today we are going to discuss the history of the Apple Computer. We will take you from the beginning which was in 1976 through the present 2007. We will also discuss the prediction of the near future and new Apple Computer products to be released.

3 The Beginning 1976

The Beginning 1976

Steven Paul Jobs, Stephen Gary Wozniak and Ronald Gerald Wayne founded Apple Computer. In 1976, Ronald Wayne resigns from Apple Computer with only a one time payment of $80. Hewlett Packard grants Gary Wozniak the permission to create the Apple I.

4 History of 1977

History of 1977

This was the year that Apple was incorporated. Rob Janov designs the Logo which is still used today.

5 History of 1977

History of 1977

Mark Makula invests $92,000 in the company Michael Scott becomes the first President of Apple. The Apple I is released for $1,295.

6 History of 1978

History of 1978

Apple and Xerox sign an invest agreement. Xerox invest one million dollars in Apple stocks. Apple engineers were allowed to study Xeroxs PARCs graphical user interface. The PARC operating system was the 1st OS for the public market with GUI. It was commercially unsuccessful.

7 History of 1979

History of 1979

Jef Raskin worked on a computer concept involving: Design Implementation philosophy Human usability over execution & speed Raskin named his concept after his favorite type of apples: McIntosh.

8 History of 1979

History of 1979

Apple begins working on Lisa, originally a $2000 business computer.

9 History of 1980

History of 1980

Apple goes public. Stocks value increases by 1700%. The new Apple is released. Apple sold it for $4340 to $7800 depending on the configuration.

10 History of 1981-1982

History of 1981-1982

Steve Wozniak is injured in a plane & takes time off from Apple and does not return to the Macintosh project. Michael Scott resigns as president of Apple. Mike Markkula succeeds Scott. The Lisas development is officially finished. Apple Computer, Inc. & Apple Corps (recording company of the Beatles) enter a secret agreement.

11 History of 1983  1984

History of 1983 1984

The Lisa is released. Apple becomes the fastest growing company in history. John Sculley, former president of Pepsi Co., becomes president & CEO of Apple Computer, Inc. The Macintosh is released-retailing for $2495.

12 History of 1985  1986

History of 1985 1986

Apple lays off 1200 employees. Stephen Jobs officially resigns as chairman of Apple. Apple sues Steve Jobs. Apple drops suit against Jobs & he founded NeXT, Inc.

13 History of 1985  1986

History of 1985 1986

Apple tries to make Mac more attractive by releasing Macintosh Office.

14 History of 1987  1988

History of 1987 1988

Apples 10th Anniversary. The Mac SE & the Mac II are introduced. Apple sues Microsoft & Hewlett Packard accusing them of violating copyrights of Apple.

15 History of 1989  1990

History of 1989 1990

Apple Corps sues Apple Computer accusing it of violating the terms of the agreement in 1981 by producing synthesized music.

16 History of 1991  1992

History of 1991 1992

IBM, Motorola & Apple form an alliance. Apple Computer, Inc. pays Apple Corps $26.5 million. The lawsuit between the two is settled.

17 History of 1993  1994

History of 1993 1994

Michael Spindler replaces Sculley as CEO. Sculley resigns as chairman of Apple. Apple releases the first PDA (Newton Message Pad).

18 History of 1993  1994

History of 1993 1994

Release of 1st Power Macintosh desktop computer & system 7.5 Apple starts licensing the MacOS. Apple announces Pippin, a multimedia system

19 History of 1995  1996

History of 1995 1996

Apples 20th Anniversary. The PowerPC 603e is announced Apple Computer, Inc. takes over NeXT Computer, Inc. for $430 million.

20 History of 1997  1998

History of 1997 1998

Jobs returns to Apple due to the NeXT Computer, Inc. Apple starts buying back all licenses from Mac-clone manufacturers. The Power Macintosh G3 & The Apple Store are introduced at Apple Event. The iMac becomes the fastest selling PC in history, being reordered over 150,000 times.

21 History of 1999  2000

History of 1999 2000

Jobs becomes permanent CEO. Chief sales executive Mitch Mandich steps down. Power Mac Cube

22 History of 2001  2002

History of 2001 2002

Opens first Apple retail store in McLean, VA. Apple acquires fire wire company Zayante. Former executive John Couch returns. Larry Elisson resigns from Apple board. iPod, OS X , iMac G4 all introduced. , ,

23 History of 2003  2004

History of 2003 2004

iTunes music store opens. Tibco sues Apple over trademark. Apple launches iTunes Canada. iMac G5

24 History of 2005  2006

History of 2005 2006

Raskin dies at 61. Software development Avie Tavanian leaves. Video iPod launched & 1 million videos sold from iTunes.

25 Present 2007

Present 2007

January of 2007 Apple dropped Computer from its corporate name. Apple employs over 20,000 permanent & temporary employees currently. Worldwide annual sales in its fiscal year 2007 (ending September 29, 2007) are US $24.01 billion.

26 Present 2007

Present 2007

The Apple iPhone was released on June 29, 2007. It is a multimedia, internet phone and has a multi-touch screen with virtual keyboard and buttons.

27 Present 2007

Present 2007

On October 26, 2007 Apple released a new operating system Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. It is a Unix based operating system.

28 Present 2007

Present 2007

The recently released iPod Touch has all the capabilities of the iPhone except it cant be used as a phone.

29 Present 2007

Present 2007

Google released beta version of Google gadgets for Mac. Google Gadgets are mini applications similar to Apple's own Dashboard Widgets Google's Gadgets for Mac are now integrated and installable into Apple's Dashboard in Mac OS X. This makes them functionally indistinguishable from Dashboard Widgets. Google Gadgets comes integrated with Google Desktop, a desktop search application also available from Google.

30 Future Products of Apple Inc

Future Products of Apple Inc

Rumors are floating around that a new Mac book will be released in early 2008. The new ultra portable Mac Books are to be aluminum clad, 50% lighter and "strikingly slimmer" to the existing 15" Mac Book. They are also expected to incorporate NAND Flash memory to improve battery life and boot times.

31 Future Products of Apple Inc

Future Products of Apple Inc

AT&T Inc. Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson confirmed that the 3G version of the iPhone would be made available in 2008. Steve Jobs stated that a 3G iPhone is coming, but that the delay is due to excessive battery life consumption with existing 3G chipsets. The iPhone presently uses the EDGE network for its data connectivity.

32 Group Activity Log

Group Activity Log

11-01-07 Marquitta & Sahil decided to be partners. 11-04-07 Marquitta & Sahil received email from Professor Dekhane with approval of their topic of choice. 11-08-07 Marquitta & Sahil briefly discussed what kind of research is needed. 11-20-07 Marquitta & Sahil agree to research over the Thanksgiving Holiday and bring research to one another on 11-27-07.

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.Group Activity Log

11-29-07 Marquitta & Sahil agreed on what research to use. 11-29-07 Sahil emailed Marquitta the research and Marquitta organized power point slides. Marquitta emailed power point to back Sahil for revisions. Power Point completed & ready to submit.

34 References

References

www.theapplemuseum.com www.applecodenames.com www.misterbg.org/AppleProductCycle/ http://.phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix

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