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Apple Computer Inc. was founded by Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne on the 1st April 1976 and to this very day Apple have played a pivitol role in computing. They produced just 200 of their Apple I computer which even though it was simply a circuit board to which the owner had to add a keyboard and monitor was extremely well recieved. Ronald shortly after sold his stock to Jobs and Wozniak, but the success of the Apple I inspired them to go on and develop the hugely succesful Apple II.
 
 
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