Quiz: Fact or Fiction: Apple
Fact or Fiction: Apple
By: Staff
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About This Quiz

Apple Inc. is no mere computer company, thank you. It's a way of life. If you consider yourself a true "Apple person," take this quiz and find out how much you really know.

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Apple founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak met at summer camp when they were teenagers.
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A guy named Ronald Wayne founded Apple with Jobs and Wozniak but sold them his share for $800.
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The first Apple I computer cost $666.66.
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A computer called the "Lisa" was supposed to be Apple's flagship model, but it failed and was replaced by the Macintosh.
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Apple's famous "1984" Super Bowl ad was directed by Steven Spielberg.
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One day in 1991, half of Apple's employees quit because the atmosphere had become "too corporate."
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The first Apple store opened on Nov. 10, 1997, in San Francisco.
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The original Apple logo featured Sir Isaac Newton under an apple tree.
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In June 2009, Apple slashed the price of the entry-level iPhone by half.
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At Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference in June 2009, ill CEO Steve Jobs made a long-rumored appearance -- in a tuxedo! -- and delivered the keynote speech.
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Apple still makes most of its money from computers.
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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak once made the statement that “Steve (Jobs) didn’t know very much about electronics.”
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In 1996, Apple was named the country’s worst-run company.
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Apple's early success was based on its invention of graphical user interface (GUI) technology.
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The first Macintosh, released in 1984, had a whopping 128 kilobytes of system memory
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Apple introduced a wireless gateway in 1999 that it called the AirHub.
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Apple’s OSX operating system is based on UNIX.
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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak would like to become a citizen of Australia.
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The early digital camera that Apple sold in 1994 could take 12 low-resolution pictures.
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Apple introduced the first mobile phone with video calling in 2010.
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