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The original Apple I computer was invented by Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs and was first released on April 1, 1976. The Apple I was the very first computer to be built with a single circuit board and was sold for $666.66... More »

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The Apple website has support pages that contain courses and tutorials on using its products, whether it's a Mac, an iPhone, an iPod or another product or service, and the site includes downloadable users' manuals. Mac b... More »

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Bill Gates does not own Apple; he is the founder of Microsoft. Apple trades as a public entity under NASDAQ with a number of stockholders. More »

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