Who invented the apple I?

Answer According to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stephen Gary Wozniak created the Apple I computer in 1976, working out of Steve Jobs' family garage. As the marketing force, Wozniak sold his... Read More »

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Where was the Apple II invented?

The Apple II personal computer was invented in 1977 by Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs of Apple Computers, Inc. in the San Francisco Bay Area of California. The original cost of an Apple II was $1,298... Read More »

Who invented the first Apple?

In 1976, self-made electronics engineer Steve Wozniak created a box computer in Steve Jobs' garage. Jobs encouraged Wozniak to market the invention. The two Steves sold their calculators and van fo... Read More »

Who invented the Apple PDA?

The Newton, invented by Apple Computers, was the first Apple personal digital assistant (PDA). Sharp manufactured the Newton, and it was first available in August 1993. The original price was $699.... Read More »

Who invented the Apple PC?

Steve Wozniak, working with Steve Jobs, invented the Apple Macintosh personal computer in 1976. Wozniak not only came up with the technological ideas behind the computer, but also physically built ... Read More »