From ‘i’ to ‘Apple’
In recent times Apple have started to move away from the ‘i’ icon and replaced with the actual name of ‘Apple’ for example the Apple TV and the Apple Watch. When the first iMac was released Steve Jobs explained “Even though this is a full-blooded Macintosh, we are targeting this for the number one use that consumers tell us they want a computer for, which is to get on the internet, simply, and fast”.
What Exactly Does The ‘i’ Stand For?
The ‘i’ that comes before every product is an icon, when you see the lower case ‘i’ before any name people immediately recognise that it is something designed from Apple. As you probably expected it does in fact stand for the internet but not just that. When the iMac range was first released back in 1998 Steve Jobs explains that not it stands for internet but it also stands for individual, instruct, inform and inspire. The Apple range started as a personal computer company and as it started to expand and technology developed they started expanding it into educational purposes.
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