1- There were not two but three founders of Apple Company: Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne.
2- The original Apple I computer was sold for 666.66 dollars.
3- Apple Store, which is located on Fifth Avenue of Manhattan, is considered one of the most photographed attractions in the world.
4- Before the founding of Apple, Steve Jobs worked in Atari.
5- Apple logo of 1976 was an image of Isaac Newton (Isaac Newton), sitting under an apple tree.
6- Steve Jobs was a Buddhist.
7- In total there are 30-50 original Apple I to date.
8- After the first presentation, Steve Jobs distributed every Apple employee an iPhone for free.
9- The first retail stores of Apple were opened in Virginia and California.
10- An interesting acquisition of Steve Jobs was Pixar. He bought this company from George Lucas for $ 10 million and then sold Disney for $ 7.6 billion.
11- Steve Jobs named the company ‘Apple’ because it was his one of the favorite fruit and he came back from an apple farm.
12- Apple Company was founded on 1st April.
13- The modern Apple logo is designed by Rob Janoff.
14- Apple was the first company to introduce a mouse and trackpad.
15- Apple.com is on the list of the 50 most visited sites in the world.
16- In 2001, Apple’s market share price was less than $ 8 per share
17- Apple’s board of directors included former US vice-president Albert Gore.
18- The online Apple store was opened on November 10, 1997.
19- Teachers and students using the Mac are 44% more productive than others.
20- While Siri’s application was not purchased by Apple in 2010, it was intended for use on Android and Blackberry phones.
21- To make parts of Apple 1, Steve Jobs sold his Volkswagen van and Wozniak sold his scientific calculator.
22- The dulcimer was the codename for iPod.
23- Display of every iPhone shows the same time 9:41, it was the time when Steve Jobs announced the first iPhone in 2007.
24- The most expensive iPhone, Black Diamond iPhone is worth $15.3 million.
25- The cost of the Apple brand is $170.3 billion, and this amount makes it the most valuable brand in the world!
26- The iPhone consists of 75 different elements. This is 2/3 of the periodic table.
27- In 1985 Steve jobs were forced to resign from Apple, and he founded his own company called NeXT.
28- Steve Jobs was a college dropout.
29- In 1997, Steve job was back in Apple as CEO of the company.
30- Smoking next to Apple devices will void the warranty of the product.
31- The official salary of Steve Jobs at Apple was $ 1 per year.
32- The first digital camera was invented by Apple in 1994.
33- Apple earns $ 300,000 per minute.
34- There are 123,000 employees working in Apple Company.
35- Every conversation with Siri is stored and analyzed by Apple.
36- There are about 450 Apple retail stores around the world, according to 2016 reports.
37- In 2010, Apple market capitalization exceeded Microsoft.
38- In 2010, sales of Apple products reached 65.23 billion dollars
39- In 2012, the company managed to sell up to 340,000 iPhones a day.
40- The idea of iPod was first offered to Philips and Real Network but they said there is no future in it.
41- ‘Slide to unlock’ feature is patent of Apple.
42- Apple transports all its products by air.
43- Apple has twice the money as the US Treasury.
44- Since 1944, Apple logo was multi-colored and symbolized passion and knowledge, but in 1997, Jobs replaced it with a completely white apple.
45- Once Apple recycled 2,700 unsold Lisa computers on one of the dumps in Utah.
46- The name “iPod” is inspired by the film “2001: A Space Odyssey”
47- Profit earned by the company in the first quarter of 2014 is greater than the revenue of Google, Facebook, and Amazon.
48- Apple created the image of Dogcow in 1983.
49- Steve Jobs always wore Levi’s jeans, a black turtleneck, and New Balance sneakers during the launch of product.
50- Bill Gates made an investment of $150 million in 1997 to save Apple from bankrupt.
51- The first PC was Mackintosh, in 1989.
52- The first 30 years, Apple was called Apple Computer Company, but in 2007 Steve named it only ‘Apple’ because Steve doesn’t want to restrict to the only production of computers.
53- Getting a job at an Apple store is not so easy. Out of 10,000 people, about 200 are employed.
54- In the year 1986, Apple also launched clothing Line.
55- Apple also launched gaming console in 1996 called Pippin, but it was not successful.
56- In 20017 during the launch of first iPhone, Steve Job called Starbucks during the presentation and ordered 4,000 lattes.
57- Apple developed the tablet even before it began working on the iPhone. But the iPad was introduced three years after the iPhone.
58- Apple headquarters’ employees earn an average of US$125,000 a year.
59- The Apple Campus in Cupertino was built in 1993. The total area of campus is 80 thousand square meters.
60- Steve Jobs died on October 5, 2011, the day after the presentation of the iPhone 4S.