In the 1970s, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak were going door-to-door at the UC Berkeley dorms selling "blue boxes"–electronic devices that tricked the telephone network into allowing free long-distance phone calls.

Luckily for the technology world, the duo cleaned up its act and started making computers.

Now, 30 years after its founding, Apple Computer has grown from a tiny start-up to a household name and cultural icon known as much for its iPod digital music players as its computers.

Today Apple has turned 30 years old 🙂 and is becoming bigger and bigger

Advertisements