Steve Jobs Influence On Apple

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Apple was co-founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne on April 1, 1976 is a company that has been through many ups and downs over its 40 year history. Steve Jobs has always had a significant role in the company’s history but his biggest accomplishment came when he saved Apple from near bankruptcy when he came back as the new CEO in 1997. We will take a look at Apples beginnings and how it became to be on the verge of bankruptcy. We will see how Steve Jobs helped turn Apple around when decided to come back to the company he helped found in 1976 and what his ideas and innovations did to help make Apple one of the biggest corporations in the world.
Steve Jobs' Legacy: Apple Inc.
In 1976 three men Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak,
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If Steve Jobs had stayed on with Apple I don’t think that we would have seen the invention of the beloved iPhone. The turn of events that brought Steve and Apple to part ways was probably the best thing to ever happen to Apple. I can only come to the conclusion that if Steve had stayed they may not have been able to have such a great comeback. I feel that Steve leaving in 1985 was just what the company needed. This helped Steve go out and pursue other business ventures where he could grow his innovations and ideas outside of Apple. When he came back to Apple in 1997 he was full of passion for the company he helped found so long…show more content…
These products helped Apple gain a strong foundation for its future. I mean no one could have guessed that the Smartphone would practically take over the world. One of the ways Apple has continued to be innovative and keep a tight hold on there technology has to do with its secrecy surrounding its products. By not releasing details related to their products they have cemented a permanent place in the world. In 2010 the iPad was released giving consumers another great innovation with the creation of a tablet. Tablets we yet again a great product for Apple and they have continued to release additional generations of the iPad since. On August 9, 2011 Apple became the world’s most valuable publicly traded company, and to this day still remains the world most valuable company. This is a great achievement for Apple, coming from a place where they were literally about to be bankrupt and being able to turn everything around by taking on a great partnership with a man determined to see his dreams come

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