Steve Jobs - Chapter 6: The Apple II Summary & Analysis

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Before the computer faire, the employees of Apple tested the Apple II computer on a color projector, and it worked. Jobs began pitching the Apple II around, while he also had a running disagreement with Woz’s father, as he disagreed that Jobs should have the same equity as his son. Apple eventually brought in Rod Holt to design a revolutionary power supply and Mark Mukkula to design their business plan (and who also invested in the company). Mukkula suggested that Apple would be a Fortune 500 company in two years, he was mistaken, as it would take them seven years to reach that status. During this time, Woz refused to leave Hewlett-Packard until he showed their board the Apple II (he created it on company time). Luckily for Jobs, HP did not want anything to do with the computer, and Woz...

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