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Background of the Company
Apple was by two college dropout students: Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs with the motto of “Think Differently”. In the early 1980s, Steve Wozniak left the company and Steve Jobs hired John Sculley as the President of the company. After facing many failures, Apple launched its Macintosh computers for house hold users. In mid 1980s, Steve Jobs had to leave the company because of his controversial relations with the president. At that time John Sculley rejected the offer of Microsoft‘s CEO, Bill Gates to license the Macintosh operating system to Microsoft.
After this refusal, Gates developed DOS operating system and in late 1980s, the competition between DOS and Macintosh decreased Apple's sale, workforce and resignation of John Sculley. So, Apple's current CEO planned to purchase Next Step operating system of Jobs in order to improve the Macintosh operating system. In late 90s Jobs again became the CEO of the company and be started surprising relations with Microsoft by developing a Macintosh version of office software.
Apple also took cost saving measures like streamlining the product line, production of printers. Steve Jobs brought Apples' focus on two concepts of consumer series with the prefix “I” for internet like iMac, iBook laptop and professional with prefix “power” such as PowerMac desktop and PowerBook laptop series. Under Jobs, Apple again becomes the innovator of computer market. His leadership leads the company to USB and Fire wire ports, introduction of iPod and iTunes website put Apple in the digital computing age.
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APPLE CURRENT SCENERIO
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