All of us know about Apple Inc, a company whose name will be remembered for infinity. Starting from Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPods, Apple has always provided its customers with premium products and satisfaction.
But, how many of us are aware of the fact that is Apple's birthday is on April 1? Here are 10 surprising facts about Apple Inc, which will amaze you.
Ronald Wayne was the third founder of Apple Inc. Wayne left the company just 12 days after it was founded and sold his 10 per cent share for just $800 plus an additional payout of $1,500. The sad part is that his share would now be worth more than $60 billion.
Apple is named Apple after the fruit, and because Silicon Valley was based in fruit orchards. It also appealed to Steve Jobs because he was a fruitarian when the company was formed, and only ate fruit.
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Apple's original logo starred Sir Isaac Newton. It featured a detailed picture of Newton sitting beneath a tree with an Apple about to fall on his head, but it was changed when the company realised that the logo was too detailed to be effective when printed small.
Did you know that smoking near Apple computers invalidates your warranty - even if you have AppleCare? Smokers have reported that Apple repair staff have refused to work on the machines due to perceived dangers of second-hand smoke.
If you look at the iPhone photographs in Apple adverts the time is always set to 9:41 A.M. This is the time Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone.
The first iPhone's codename was M68, The hardware guys never saw the software; and the software guys didn't get to see the hardware till the time it was launched.
Around 2,700 of Apple's Lisa computers are buried in a landfill in Utah, after the product failed to be successful when it launched in 1983.
For many years, Apple's laptops had the glowing Apple logo upside down while in use, but the logo was flipped in the 1990s, apparently so that it would look better in Hollywood movies.
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Apple has so much of revenue that it could buy Facebook. Alternatively, it could buy Netflix, Telsa, Twitter, Dropbox, Pandora and Spotify too.
If you went back in time to 1991 and tried to buy all the parts that make up an iPhone, it would cost you more than $3m (about £1.9m). The RAM alone would cost you $1.44m.