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Asa aratau primele calculatoare produse de Apple

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  In anul 1976 Steve Jobs si Steve Wozniak intrau in magazinul Byte Shop din Mountain View, primul magazin care avea sa vanda primele calculatoare produse de catre Apple. Jobs i-a cerut patronului, Paul Terrell, sa vanda aceste calculatoare propriilor clienti si de aici a pornit intreaga aventura a companiei din Cupertino. Terrell a facut si cateva poze primelor calculatoare Apple vandute prin propriul magazin, iar in acest articol le aveti prezentate.

They called their machine the Apple-1, and it was a bare board; any buyers would have to solder on the necessary chips themselves, then supply accoutrements such as a power supply, keyboard and display.  Terrell was intrigued, but told Jobs that what he really needed were fully-assembled computers. In fact, if Jobs could come back with an assembled version of the Apple-1, the Byte Shop would buy fifty of them. Jobs did, and the Byte Shop became the first Apple dealer (it eventually offered the Apple-1 in a wooden case with keyboard and power supply).

    Calculatoarele se numeau Apple 1 si desi acum produsele Apple functioneaza de indata ce sunt achizitionate, atunci cumparatorii ar fi trebuit sa lipeasca componentele primite de la magazin si sa conecteze totul la un monitor propriu, altfel calculatorul nu functiona. In aceasta idee, Terrell i-a cerut lui Jobs sa ii aduca, calculatoare gata asamblate care costau 500$ bucata. 50 de unitati au fost cumparate si vandute pentru 666.60$ bucata, Byte Shop-ul devenind apoi un client fidel al Apple.