Did you know that Steve Jobs’ partner, and the mother of Lisa Brennan-Jobs (after which the Lisa was named), worked at Apple and was even approached to work on blueprints?
Sometimes memory tricks you and perception heavily differs from reality. Case in point, Apple cofounder and technical genius Steven Gary “Woz” Wozniak, regarding Apple’ promotion of “his” Apple II computer. >> Leggi il resto “Stories of Apple on Patreon – Woz on Apple not advertising the Apple II from 1980 to 1983”
A rough transcription, followed by some notes and commentary of John Couch’s 1983 presentation of the Apple Lisa to the Boston Computer Society. >> Leggi il resto “Stories of Apple on Patreon – John Couch on Lisa’s software revolution and the perils of market research”
Apple veteran Daniel Kottke sheds some much needed light on his years and colleagues he worked with at Apple.
Renowned internation design firm frog is celebrating five decades of work, which includes a very important chunk of Apple (and NeXT) products from the 80s.
Fondato nel 1969 da Helmut Esslinger, lo studio di design frog festeggia un anniversario importante. Una piccola ma importante sezione della sua storia ha a che vedere con i prodotti Apple, e nello specifico quelli di Steve Jobs.
In the spring of 1984, the lobby of the building which housed the developers of the Mac began to fill up with various items and artefacts. Among them were a grand piano and a BMW motorbike… read more by becoming a supporter of Stories of Apple on Patreon! >> Leggi il resto “Stories of Apple on Patreon | Steve’s motorcycle”
On the 9th of November 2011 a group of engineers and other notable people who worked with Steve Jobs talked publicly about the Apple and Pixar founder.
Developed to quickly process data heavy tasks, run UNIX and… to satisfy a government contract
Apple MPW developers in the late 80s vented their frustration towards the C++ syntax in a very funny way
Apple’s first computer designed for the enterprise market, the first not engineered by Steve Wozniak. And Infinite Loop’s first major failure
Un insuccesso commerciale, ma anche un potente strumento, indispensabile per l’evoluzione del Mac e del suo parco software
Modulare e infinitamente espandibile, rivolto agli utenti Macintosh, Apple //, ma anche DOS e UNIX
On the importance of the Lisa/Mac XL during the early years of the Macintosh’s life.
L’iMac G5, passaggio chiave nell’evoluzione dei computer all-in-one di Apple >> Leggi il resto “Storie di Apple – Il computer nello schermo”
Un’app consilgiata da Alppe sull’App Sotre per ihPone! >> Leggi il resto “Trova le scrape perfette con Stylect”
Si scrive ‘sosumi’, ma si legge… >> Leggi il resto “Storie di Apple – E allora fammi causa!”
40 years ago, on July 29th, 1975, Steve Wozniak booted up for the first time the computer he designed and built on his own.
Il 29 luglio 1975 vide la luce il primo computer vero e proprio realizzato da Steve Wozniak.
The secret history of the project to build a modular and easily expandible computer system capable of running Apple II, Mac, UNIX and DOS software