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Steve Jobs and Apple
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Jobs takes medical leave for six months and has liver transplant.
Apple introduces iPad, iPhone 4, iPod 4G, and Macbook Air.
Apple announces Mac App Store, iPad 2 and iCloud.
Steve Jobs died on October 5th, 2011 of pancreatic cancer.
Steve attened Reed college and dropped a little later.
Steve and Wozniak assemble the Apple I computer.
Prototype of Apple II was shown in the WCC Fair.
Steve features on Time magazine.
Steve left Apple and started another company called NeXT.
Steve Jobs was born in February 24, 1955
Steve buys Pixar Animation Studios.
NeXT Cube is released in San Francisco.
Jobs becomes CEO and President of Pixar.
Apple buys NeXT for $400 million.
Apple introduces the iMac
Jobs announces Power Mac G3, iBook, and iMovie.
Jobs officially becomes Apples CEO.
First iPod is released.
Jobs announces iMac G4, iPhoto, and Windows compatible iPods.
Apple opens iTunes and announces Power Mac G5.
Jobs is diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
Jobs unviels the iPod mini and gets pancreatic tumor removed by surgery.
Steve unveils iWork, iMac mini, iPod shuffle, Mac OS X 10.4.
Steves announces iMac and Macbook Pro.
Jobs introduces Apple TV, iPod, and iPhone .
Apple becomes Apple inc.
Apple releases Macbook Air and iPhone 3G
Jobs resigned his position as CEO of Apple.
Tim Cook became the new CEO of Apple.
Apple launched the first Macintosh I.
Mac portable is released.
Powerbook 100 was released.
First Power Macintosh was released.
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