Apple; company profile, CEO, productions (iphone), net-worth


Apple Inc is one of the world’s favorite tech brands, the best-known tech companies of all time, one of the Big Five of tech, and for good reason. From the latest iPhone to the original Apple computer, the company has been an ingenious innovator of consumer technologies since its first days out of a home garage. Founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak met through a mutual friend. It turned out to be a fated meeting that would change the path of modern technology forever. Steve Wozniak created the original prototype for the Apple I computer—the first computer to resemble the computer we know today—a model with a large monitor and a keyboard. Jobs saw the prototype and quickly realized its potential. Together, the two founded Apple Computers Inc. on April 1, 1976.


Apple Inc. is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Cupertino, California. As of March 2023, Apple is the world’s biggest company by market capitalization, and with US$394.3 billion the largest technology company by 2022 revenue.

Apple Inc. (Apple) designs, manufactures and markets smartphones, personal computers, tablets, wearables and accessories and sells a range of related services. The Company’s products include iPhone, Mac, iPad, AirPods, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Beats products, HomePod, iPod touch and accessories. The Company operates various platforms, including the App Store, which allows customers to discover and download applications and digital content, such as books, music, video, games and podcasts. Apple offers digital content through subscription-based services, including Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Apple News+, Apple TV+ and Apple Fitness+. Apple also offers a range of other services, such as AppleCare, iCloud, Apple Card and Apple Pay. Apple sells its products and resells third-party products in a range of markets, including directly to consumers, small and mid-sized businesses, and education, enterprise and government customers through its retail and online stores and its direct sales force.

The company’s business operations span the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia-Pacific.  The company serves consumers, and small and mid-sized businesses; and the education, enterprise, and government markets. It distributes third-party applications for its products through the App Store. The company also sells its products through its retail and online stores, and direct sales force; and third-party cellular network carriers, wholesalers, retailers, and resellers.


Apple Computer, Inc. was founded on April 1, 1976, by college dropouts Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, who brought to the new company a vision of changing the way people viewed computers. Jobs and Wozniak wanted to make computers small enough for people to have them in their homes or offices. Simply put, they wanted a computer that was user-friendly.

Wozniak left Apple in 1983 due to a diminishing interest in the day-to-day running of Apple Computer.  Jobs then hired PepsiCo’s John Sculley to be president. However, this move backfired and after much controversy with Sculley, Jobs left in 1985 and went on to new and bigger things. He founded his own company NeXT Software and he also bought Pixar from George Lucas, which would later become a huge success in computer animation of such movies as Toy Story, A Bug’s Life, Monsters, Inc., and Finding Nemo.

Over the course of a few years, Apple’s market share suffered slowly after its peak in 1990 and by 1996, experts believed the company to be doomed. It was not until 1997, when Apple was desperately in need of an operating system, that it bought out NeXT Software (Jobs’ company) and the board of directors decided to ask for some help from an old friend: Steve Jobs. Jobs became an interim CEO, or iCEO as he called himself (Jobs was not officially the CEO until 2000). Jobs decided to make some changes around Apple. He forged an alliance with Microsoft to create a Mac version of its popular office software. Not long after this decision was the turning point for the company. Jobs revamped the computers and introduced the iBook (a personal laptop) followed by iPod, an mp3 player, which became market leader.

The iPhone, a touch screen cellular phone, introduced in 2007 was one of the world’ most successful products and the company has released several new versions since. Not long after the announcement of iPhone and Apple TV, the company dropped “Computer” from its name to become “Apple Inc.,” indicating that it is about more than just computers. Other popular products include iPad tablet and Apple Watch. Most recently Apple has expanded its services segments with its credit card (Apple Card), Apple News for news, Apple Arcade for games and the Apple TV+ for streaming original content produced by Apple. Steve Jobs died October 5, 2011, but Apple continues on with his legacy with Tim Cook at the helm as the CEO. The popularity of iPhones made Apple the first company valued at one trillion dollars in 2018 and two years later it doubled that figure.


The current CEO of Apple Inc is Tim Cook. Timothy Donald Cook (born November 1, 1960)is an American business executive who has been the chief executive officer of Apple Inc. since 2011. Cook previously served as the company’s chief operating officer under its co-founder Steve Jobs.

Cook joined Apple in March 1998 as a senior vice president for worldwide operations, and then served as the executive vice president for worldwide sales and operations. He was made the chief executive on August 24, 2011, prior to Jobs’ death in October of that year. During his tenure as the chief executive, he has advocated for the political reformation of international and domestic surveillance, cyber security, American manufacturing, and environmental preservation. Since 2011 when he took over Apple, to 2020, Cook doubled the company’s revenue and profit, and the company’s market value increased from $348 billion to $1.9 trillion.


Cook also serves on the boards of directors of Nike, Inc. and the National Football Foundation; he is a trustee of Duke University, his alma mater. Outside of Apple, Cook engages in philanthropy, and in March 2015, he said he planned to donate his fortune to charity. In 2014, Cook became the first chief executive of a Fortune 500 company to publicly come out as gay. He is openly gay,  but he has never married and has a tendency to throw himself into his work rather than romantic relationships.


After months of rumors and speculation, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPhone on Jan. 9, 2007. The device, which didn’t actually go on sale until June, started at $499 for a 4GB model, $599 for the 8GB version (with a two-year contract). It offered a 3.5-in. screen, a 2-megapixel camera and won plaudits for the then-new multitouch features. Critics, however, said the phone was too expensive to do well in the market.

1. iPhone ( June 29 2007)

2. iPhone 3G (July 11 2008)

3. iPhone 3GS (June 19 2009)

4. iPhone 4 (June 24 2010)

5. iPhone 4S (October 14 2011)

6. iPhone 5 (September 21 2012)

7. iPhone 5S /5C ( September 20 2013)

8. iPhone 6 / 6plus ( September 12 2014)

9. iPhone 6S / 6Splus ( September 25 2015)

10. iPhone 7 / 7plus ( September 16 2016)

11. iPhone 8 / 8plus ( Sept. 22 2017)

12. iPhone X ( Nov. 3 2017)

13. iPhone XR (Oct. 26 2018)

14. iPhone XS / XSmax  ( Sept. 21 2018)

15. iPhone 11 ( Sept. 20 2019)

16. iPhone 11pro / 11pro max (Sept. 20 2019)

17. iPhone 12 / 12mini ( Oct. 23 2020/Nov 13 2020)

18. iPhone 12pro / 12pro max (Oct. 23 2020/ Nov 13 2020)

19. iPhone 13 / 13mini ( Sept. 24 2021)

20. iPhone 13pro / 13pro max ( Sept. 24 2021)

21. iPhone 14 / 14plus (Sept. 16/ Oct. 7 2022)

22. iPhone 14pro / 14pro max (Sept. 16 2022)

23. iPhone 15 / 15plus (Sept. 22 2023)

24. iPhone 15pro / 15pr max (Sept. 22 2023)

The latest iphones are iphone 15, 15plus, 15pro and 15pro max.

iPhone 15 / 15 plus

SPECIFICATION iPhone 15 iPhone 15 plus
Capacity 128GB








                                                                Size and Weight


147.6 mm
(5.81 inche) 
160.9 mm
(6.33 inches) 


71.6 mm
(2.82 inches)
77.8 mm
(3.06 inches) 



171 grams (6.02 ounces)


201 grams (7.09 ounces)




7.80 mm
(0.31 inches)
7.80 mm
(0.31 inches)
Display Super Retina XDR display

6.1‑inch (diagonal) all‑screen OLED display

2556‑by‑1179-pixel resolution at 460 ppi


Super Retina XDR display

6.7‑inch (diagonal) all‑screen OLED display

2796‑by‑1290-pixel resolution at 460 ppi


                                                                    Splash, Water, and Dust Resistant



iPhone 15pro / 15pro max


SoC A17 Pro Apple A17 Pro
Display 6.7-inch, OLED, 2796 x 1290, 460ppi, HDR, 2000nits, 120Hz 6.1-inch, OLED, 2556 x 1179, HDR, 2000nits, 120Hz
Storage 256/512GB/1TB 128/256/512GB/1TB
Battery 23 hours, 50% in 30 mins 20W wired, 15W MagSafe, 7.5W Qi wireless 23 hours, fast charge 50% in 30 mins 20W wired, 15W MagSafe, 7.5W Qi wireless
Camera (Rear, Front) 48MP main, f/1.78; 12MP ultrawide, f/2.2; 2x telephoto from main; 12MP 5x telephoto, f/2.8; 12MP front, f/1.9 48MP main, f/1.78; 12MP ultrawide, f/2.2; 2x telephoto from main; 12MP 3x telephoto f/2.8; 12MP front, f/1.9
Dimensions 159.9 x 76.7 x 8.25mm, 221g 146.6 x 70.6 x 8.25mm, 187g
Colors Black Titanium, White Titanium, Blue Titanium, Natural Titanium Black Titanium, White Titanium, Blue Titanium, Natural Titanium


The latest versions of  ipads;

iPad: 9th generation (2021)

iPad: 10th generation (2022)

iPad Mini: 6th generation (2021)

iPad Air: 5th generation (2022)

iPad Pro 11-inch: 4th generation (2022)

iPad Pro 12.9-inch: 6th generation (2022)

Currently, Apple has six laptops in its lineup:

Apple MacBook Pro 16 (M2 Pro/Max, 2023)

Apple MacBook Pro 14 (M2 Pro/Max, 2023)

Apple MacBook Pro 13 (M2, 2022)

Apple MacBook Air 15 (M2, 2023)

Apple MacBook Air 13 (M2, 2022)

Apple MacBook Air 13 (M1, 2020)


Apple has a market cap or net worth of $2.66 trillion as of October 30, 2023. Its market cap has increased by 12.49% in one year.


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