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Steve Jobs a Multimillionaire A man who was looked up to Making Technology advanced like how it is today Jobs was born on February 24 1955 He was a Co-founder Chairman of Apple Inc Jobs and a friend of his Steve Wozniak high school friend and both college dropouts joined together to start Apple Inc in 1976 They invented the first computer for home use they made it possible for people to have a computer anywhere in their home Computers back then would take up a whole room Jobs and Wozniak creation changed the world However Jobs didnt change what was in the computer but how they lookedIn 1776 the Apple I was finished being created Jobs and Wozniak had spent six months creating the prototype of the Apple I in a garage Originally they had hoped to sell the PC to other members in the Homebrew Computer Club which they were a part of however because Wozniak was an employee of HP to produce electronic devices professionally he had to get a legal release from HP So instead of asking for the release form they offered the PC to Hewlett Packard first But no one at HP was interested in it Since they were turned down Jobs insisted on producing the Apple I on their own Jobs sold his old Volkswagen Bus and Wozniak sold his programmable HP calculator and together they accumulated around 1250 They began to produce the first Apple I mainboards Jobs Wozniak and Wayne a former colleague from Atari faced one problem that could have kept them from going ahead with production They did not have enough money to make the 50 computers that a local store Byte Shop wanted to order Each Apple I would cost 100 dollars to build and sell for 66666 Jobs keen business sense pushed him to convince a local parts supplier
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