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The company's journey to the top of the technology industry has been difficult, after seeing Jobs (pictured in 1976) leaving the firm in the mid-1980s after his favorite project, the first computer Macintosh, had problems and tried to eject it. executive director John Sculley. Wozniak is represented on the left

The company's journey to the top of the technology industry has been difficult, after seeing Jobs (pictured in 1976) leaving the firm in the mid-1980s after his favorite project, the first computer Macintosh, had problems and tried to eject it. executive director John Sculley. Wozniak is represented on the left

The company's journey to the top of the technology industry has been difficult, after seeing Jobs (pictured in 1976) leaving the firm in the mid-1980s after his favorite project, the first computer Macintosh, had problems and tried to eject it. executive director John Sculley. Wozniak is represented on the left

1976: The founders Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne created the company on April 1, 1976 while they were selling computer kits to fans, each of which was built by Wozniak.

The first product was Apple I.

1977: Apple launched the Apple II in June, which was the first PC made for the mass market.

1981: Jobs became president.

1984: The Macintosh was introduced during a commercial break for the Super Bowl and later officially unveiled during a launch event. It was discontinued a year later and Jobs left the company.

1987: Apple released Macintosh II, the first Mac to color.

1997: Apple announces it will acquire NeXT software in a $ 400 million deal involving Jobs who returns to Apple as interim CEO. He officially took the role in 2000.

2001: Apple introduced iTunes, OS X and the first generation iPod.

The first iPod MP3 music player was released on October 23, 2001, at an event in Cupertino and was able to contain up to 1,000 songs.

Steve Jobs presents the new Apple Computer Corporation Macintosh on February 6, 1984 in California.

Steve Jobs presents the new Apple Computer Corporation Macintosh on February 6, 1984 in California.

Steve Jobs presents the new Apple Computer Corporation Macintosh on February 6, 1984 in California.

The then Executive Director of Apple, Steve Jobs, with the iPhone

The then Executive Director of Apple, Steve Jobs, with the iPhone

The then Executive Director of Apple, Steve Jobs, with the iPhone

2007: Apple reveals the iPhone.

2010: The first iPad became known.

2011: Jobs resigned in 2011 due to illness and gave the title of CEO to Tim Cook. Job died in October of pancreatic cancer.

2014: Apple revealed the Apple Watch. He also unveiled his first bigger iPhones: the 6 and 6 Plus.

2015: After buying Beats from Dr Dre, Apple launched Apple Music to compete with Spotify and other music streaming services.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs speaks at an Apple event at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs speaks at an Apple event at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs speaks at an Apple event at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California.

2016: Apple returned to its roots and announced the 4-inch iPhone SE. Meanwhile, the company is embroiled in a legal battle with the FBI, which involves the agency demanding access to the locked phone used by Syed Farook, who was killed in a gun battle after carrying out a deadly attack in December in San Bernardino, California. with his wife. The court order was withdrawn on March 28 after the FBI said a third party was able to unlock the device.

2017: Apple introduces the iPhone X, which removes the start button to make way for a futuristic edge-to-edge screen design and a new FaceID system that uses advanced sensors and lasers to unlock phones with only the owner's face.

2018: At first for the company, Apple introduced new features in its latest operating system, iOS 12, which encourages users to manage and spend less time on their devices. The move was generated by a very strong letter from shareholders who urged the company to address the growing problem of smart phone addiction among children and adolescents.

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