Steve Jobs Setting & Symbolism

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Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley is the setting for the vast majority of the biography. Silicon Valley was where companies such as Hewlett-Packard established themselves, which later influenced Jobs. Jobs started Apple in Palo Alto and eventually housed the company in Cupertino.

Apple I

The Apple I computer was Apple's first official product. The majority of the computer was designed by Steve Wozniak but was pitched by Jobs. While not as revolutionary as the Apple II, the Apple I put Apple on the map.

Apple II

The Apple II was Apple's best selling computer of the 1980s. The Apple II was designed by Wozniak and the engineering team at Apple. The computer sold incredibly well and spawned a variety of variations. The Apple II is known as the computer that started the trend of targeting computers to normal consumers.

Macintosh

Released in 1984, the Macintosh was a successful computer that...

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