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Steven Paul Jobs. Conceived in 1955 in Green Bay, WisconsinAdopted by Paul and Clara Jobs to live in Santa Clara, CaliforniaGraduated secondary school in Cupertino, California. Training. Employments went to Reed College in Portland OregonHe concentrated on Poetry, Literature, and PhysicsAfter one semester, Jobs dropped out of school, yet at the same time went to a few classes.
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Steven Paul Jobs Born in 1955 in Green Bay, Wisconsin Adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs to live in Santa Clara, California Graduated secondary school in Cupertino, California

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Education Jobs went to Reed College in Portland Oregon He concentrated on Poetry, Literature, and Physics After one semester, Jobs dropped out of school, yet at the same time went to a few classes

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Steves Jobs met Steve Wozniak not long after they both left school while working for Hewlett-Packard "Woz" was an extraordinarily skilled designer, particularly in electronic devices While building up a "blue box" gadget, Jobs persuaded Woz to offer it to Berkeley understudies.

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The Beginnings of Apple After investing energy in India in 1974, Jobs came back to America He chatted with Woz the homebrew PC club, yet was not content with simply the formation of hardware.

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Jobs persuaded Woz to help him make a PC, the Apple I Jobs, with promoting assistance from a companion, had the vision of making a PC organization that would make and offer pc\'s. In the wake of demonstrating the Apple I to around the local area PC stores, Jobs could offer 25. Subsequent to offering his Volkswagon smaller than expected transport, and requesting that Woz offer his logical adding machine, the two sufficiently raised cash to make Apple Computers.

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Apple Jobs and Woz sold the Apple I in 1976 for $666, making over $776,000 from deals In 1977, the two discharged the Apple II, a solitary board PC with installed ROM and a shading video interface.

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Positive Growth From 1977 to 1983, Apple kept on developing exponentially. In 1981, IBM at long last entered the PC advertise, and in only two years started to beat Apple. After the disappointment of the Apple III and Lisa, Jobs required another PC that could contend with the IBM PC.

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The Macintosh In 1984, Apple discharged the Macintosh, the main PC with a graphical UI. It had 128K of memory, and was expandable. Alongside the mouse, the Macintosh was the most progressive PC made up to that point.

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Microsoft and John Sculley In 1985, Bill Gates persuaded Jobs to permit the graphical UI in the Macintosh to make Windows, which could keep running on IBM PC\'s. As offers of the Macintosh took off, CEO John Sculley believed that Jobs was harming Apple\'s prosperity, and step by step constrained Jobs to clear out.

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NeXT Jobs extend in the late 1980\'s to mid 90\'s was NextStep another PC organization in view of a question arranged programming stage, NeXT flopped first as an equipment organization, then as a product organization Apple likewise did ineffectively in the early and mid 90\'s, brought on by poor initiative and stagnating PC outline

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The Second Coming of Jobs In 1996, Apple purchased NeXT, and with it came Steve Jobs. In 2000, Jobs turned into the full CEO of Apple, after the accomplishment of the iMac, the principal PC for the most part advertised for its looks.

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Return to Profitability and Innovation Jobs keeps on developing the PC business, leading activities like the iPod, iTunes and its Music Store, and top of the line PC Under Jobs\' watch, Apple has entered another period of development and productivity, powered by his creative ability and mission for flawlessness

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Sources Butcher, Lee. " Accidental mogul : the ascent and fall of Steve Jobs at Apple Computer " New York, Paragon House 1988.

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