This e-single features writing from The New York Times archive on the rise of Apple Computer Inc., founded by Steven P. Jobs, Stephen Wozniak and A.C. (Mike) Markkula Jr., in 1976. The company helped to usher in the era of personal computers and then led a cultural transformation in the way we experience music, movies and mobile communications in the digital age. This collection of Times articles follows Apple from Mr. Jobs's ouster in 1985 through its struggles to remain competitive; to Mr. Jobs's return and creation of the iPod, the iPhone and the iPad; and finally, through the challenges it faces after the long illness and death of its visionary leader.?with the Kindle but said awe are going to stand on their shoulders and go a little bit farther. ... to Apple, said there could be room for both companies, noting that Amazon sells many books to iPhone owners who use its Kindle application, which will also work on the iPad. ... Three other versions will include 3G wireless access and will be available later in the spring, costing an additional $130 and ... The success of the iPhone and its cousin, the iPod Touch, have shown a path for tablets.
|Title||:||The Rise of Apple|
|Author||:||New York Times|
|Publisher||:||VOOK - 2012-11-14|