Steve Jobs & Apple [THE JOURNEY] :


1.The commercial that introduced the Apple Macintosh Computer to the world. 2.Demo of the first Apple Macintosh by Steve Jobs, January 1984, in front of 3000 people. Andy Hertzfeld captured the moment quite well in his retelling: "Pandemonium reigns as the demo completes. Steve has the biggest smile I've ever seen on his face, obviously holding back tears as he is … Read More

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Steve Jobs & Apple [THE JOURNEY] :


1.The commercial that introduced the Apple Macintosh Computer to the world.

2.Demo of the first Apple Macintosh by Steve Jobs, January 1984, in front of 3000 people. Andy Hertzfeld captured the moment quite well in his retelling: “Pandemonium reigns as the demo completes. Steve has the biggest smile I’ve ever seen on his face, obviously holding back tears as he is overwhelmed by the moment. The ovation continues for at least five minutes before he quiets the crowd down.”

3.In the below video we see Steve Jobs & the almost bankrupt at the time Apple Computer making a temporary deal with Bill Gates & Microsoft. The crowd was not too happy about it. 

4.Here we see Steve Jobs introducing the very first iMac in 1998.

5.The first ever iPod being announced by Apple on October 23, 2001. The announcement was made 9 months after iTunes, the music player. The iPod was one of the first digital portable music players ever made.

6.Steve Jobs presents the iTunes Phone

7.Here we see Steve Jobs delivering his commencement speech to the graduates of Stanford University in 2005. In it he talks about getting fired from Apple in 1985, life & death.

8.Steve Jobs announcing the new iPhone. APPLE RE-INVENTS THE PHONE!

9.Steve Jobs and Bill Gates discuss their contributions to the technology industry, the qualities they most respect in one another.

9.Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduces iPhone 4, with Face-Time, Retina display, multitasking, 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, and HD video recording and editing. All on the world’s thinnest smartphone.[FULL PRESENTATION]

10.Steve Jobs announces the iPad :

11.iPad 2 :

The New Apple Organisation Chart :


 

 

 

Apple was quick to update its executive profiles page, after Steve Jobs’s announcement late Wednesday that he will step down from his position as Apple CEO. The page now reflects the new organizational structure of the company.

Tim Cook is now listed as the CEO of Apple, while Steve Jobs’s new position as chairman of the board at Apple is listed at the bottom of the page. Tim Cook is now also on the board of directors.

The last time Steve Jobs’s picture wasn’t on that list was in 1997, before he became the interim CEO and began leading Apple to profitability once again. For a quick trip down memory lane, here are snapshots of the Apple executive profiles page from 199820012005 and 2009.

Steve Jobs Resigns as CEO of Apple


Steve Jobs, co-founder and two-time CEO of Apple, offered his resignation to the company’s board Wednesday.

“I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO, I would be the first to let you know,” he wrote. “Unfortunately, that day has come.”

Jobs has been in poor health for some time. In January, he announced that he would be taking a medical leave of absence from the company. He returned to the public spotlight in March to help launch the iPad 2.

Jobs advised the board to “execute our succession plan” — by naming Tim Cook to replace him. Cook, formerly the COO of the company, has been standing in for Jobs since January and was widely tipped to be his successor. Cook also stood in for Jobs during his bout with pancreatic cancer in 2004. “The Board has complete confidence that Tim is the right person to be our next CEO,” said board member Art Levinson, chairman of biotech firm Genentech, in a prepared statement.

Jobs will not be leaving the company altogether, and the move was clearly well-planned in advance. He has been elected chairman of the board, Apple said Wednesday, and Cook will be joining the board, effective immediately.

“I believe Apple’s brightest and most innovative days are ahead of it,” Jobs wrote in his resignation letter to the Apple board. “I look forward to watching and contributing to its success in a new role.”

Apple stock was down 7% in after-hours trading but rallied and was down just 5% by 7:50 p.m. ET — suggesting Apple’s succession plan had calmed the markets.