In this April 24, 1984, file photo, Steve Jobs, left, chairman of Apple Computers, John Sculley, center, president and CEO, and Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, unveil the new Apple IIc computer in San Francisco. Apple has turned 40, and it’s a very different company from the audacious startup that Jobs and Wozniak launched in a Silicon Valley garage in 1976.
In this April 24, 1984, file photo, Steve Jobs, left, chairman of Apple Computers, John Sculley, center, president and CEO, and Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, unveil the new Apple IIc computer in San Francisco. Apple has turned 40, and it’s a very different company from the audacious startup that Jobs and Wozniak launched in a Silicon Valley garage in 1976. Sal Veder AP
In this April 24, 1984, file photo, Steve Jobs, left, chairman of Apple Computers, John Sculley, center, president and CEO, and Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, unveil the new Apple IIc computer in San Francisco. Apple has turned 40, and it’s a very different company from the audacious startup that Jobs and Wozniak launched in a Silicon Valley garage in 1976. Sal Veder AP

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