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1:02 min Video The Crazy Ones (1997)
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History & Timeline:
Apple History & Timeline
1976: April 1, Launch of the computer Apple I
1977: April 16, Launch of the computer Apple II
1980: Apple goes public and raises $ 110 million from the stockmarket.
1982: Februar 15 ... Steve Jobs is on the cover of Time for the first time.
Apple annual revenue climens to $ 1 billion.
1983: John Sculley comes from Pepsico to become new Apple CEO
1984: April 24, Launch of Macintosh computer
1985: Power struggle at Apple
clash between Steve Jobs and John Sculley
the inbeleivable thing happens ... Steve Jobs gets fired.
Steve Wozniak resigns the sema year.
1985: Steve Jobs starts a new company: Next
Jobs also buys Picsar
1986: January 16, launch of Macintosh Plus
1987: February 19, Registration of the Domain Apple.com.
Apple.com is the 64th Internet Domaine to be registered
(there are over 100 million .com domains today).
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1989: First NeXT computers goe on sale.
1991: Launches portable Macs called PowerBook.
1993: Apple introduces Newton, a pen based, hand held computer.
1993: July, Apple reports heavy losses
Michael Spindler becomes the new CEO replacing John Sculley
1994: Launch of Power Macintosh based on a PC chip developed with IBM and Motorola.
1995: Microsoft releases Windows 95 which is easier to use and creates a lot of competition for Apple
1995: Steve Jobs brings Pixar public and raises $ 140 millio from Wall Street .
1996: Gil Amelio becomes new Apple CEO and appoints Jobs as an advisor
1997: Apple is facing heavy losses and is close to bankrupcy
Steve Jobs returns
1997: Ad campaigne "Think Different"
ordered by Steeve Jobs and made by the LA office of the agency TBWA.
Always a marketing man Steev Jobs started to talk Apple up.
The ad was an emotional recasting of Aplle's rebbel roots.
One of the reasons why the ad was made was also for the employées
like a "wake up call".
The campaign has also been a key to the renewal of Apple loyalty and excitement in the world, beeing a central factor in Apple’s recovery from financial difficulty
Here's to the crazy ones.
The round pegs in the square holes.
The ones who see things differently.
They're not fond of rules.
And they have no respect for the status quo.
You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them.
About the only thing you can't do is ignore them.
Because they change things.
They push the human race forward.
While some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius.
Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.
- Apple Inc.
the confidence restored,
Steve Jobs needed a new product to assure the companies revival.
The idea came from the designer Johathan Ive.
and the brand name from Steve "i" mac ("i" meaning internet)
1998: Launch of iMac - Apple returns to profitability
2001: January launch of iPod
2003: April 28, opening iTune Music store with 200,000 songs for $0.99 each
1 million songs are sold the first week.
2006: Mai 19, Opening of the Apple Store in New York 5th Avenue.
2006: Cooperation between Nike and Apple iPod
Disney buys Pixar for $7.4 billion making Steve Jobs Disney's largest shareholder.
Origin of Apple Name, Logos & Internet Domains
Facts & Figures about Apple today
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