“I’ve built a lot of my success off finding these truly gifted people and not settling for B and C players but really going for the A players and I found something. I found that when you get enough A players together – when you go through the incredible work to find, you know, five of these A players – they really like working together because they never had a chance to do that before. And they don’t wanna work with B and C players and so it becomes self policing. And they only wanna hire more A players. And so you build up these pockets of A players and it propagates. And that’s what the Mac team was like. They were all A players. And these were extraordinarily talented people. So.” – Steve Jobs, The Lost Interview, on the Mac Team (40:30):
In 1976, Steve Jobs co-founds Apple Computer, Inc. with Steve Wozniack in his parents’ home in Los Altos, California.
January 30, 1984, Steve Jobs Introduces the Macintosh at the Boston Computer Society General Meeting, changing computing forever.
In 1985, Steve Jobs is forced out of Apple after a long power struggle with the company’s board and its then-CEO, John Sculley.
Apple is 90 days from bankrupcy when Steve Jobs returns to Apple in 1997.
Steve Jobs saves Apple and then reinvents the phone, introducingthe first iPhoneon January 9, 2007, thus changing the world, forever.
The iPhone becomes the most succesful consumer electronics product in history.
2.2 billion iPhones are sold, as of Q3 2022.
Apple Reports 3Q 2022 Results: $19.4B Profit on $83B Revenue
APPL Market Cap as of 22 Sept 2022: $2.4 Trillion
“If you live each day as it was your last, someday you’ll most certainly be right.” — Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs died on October 5, 2011, at age 56, of pancreatic cancer.
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