“I think the iPhone was as significant an invention as the Gutenburg press, in terms of the future of humanity.”
American Actor & Producer
Apple's Footprint Among The World's Technology
From it's launch with the Apple 1, Apple Computers has advanced how we view technology in general. In 1991, the PowerBook was launched. This revolutionized the world of computers as the PowerBook was the first fully functional and portable computer. Not long later, in 2001, Apple released the iPod and the way that music was viewed and listened to completely changed for the better. While the world was settling into the advancements of the PowerBook and iPod, Apple released yet another advancement, the iPhone. With the iPhone, the world of phones was pushed to a limit that seemed almost impossible. For the first time, a phone could do almost as much as a household computer could.
How Wozniak, Jobs, and the Apple Engineers Changed an Era
Starting a new company in 1976 was a bold risk that Wozniak, Wayne and Jobs chose to handle. The Apple 1 was an advancement forward, but it was not enough to revolutionize the world. The continuous advancements was what truly changed the era into a technological based civilization. The hard efforts that Jobs put into envisioning and exploring new machines and the teeth grinding engineering that Wozniak and the rest of the Apple team put into these said machines are what truly changed the era.
“Quality is more important than quantity. One home run is much better than two doubles.”