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Updated on June 22, 2013

Why Apple Beats The Competition

Apple is a company that sells computers, phones, and more devices that help us live our daily lives in a better, easier, and in a more enjoyable way. Apple Products have many features that most computers and phones from other companies won't have. Apple products have access to some of the best apps that you can ever find, and getting a close up for a picture couldn't be easier. If you move your iPhone after you click the camera button, then don't worry because that picture won't be getting blurry unlike other phones such as the Blackberry. All Apple products move and download information at incredibly fast speeds where Google appears on the iPhone, Mac, and other Apple products in less than a second. Apple is a nationwide success at selling products and electronics.

Some Quick Facts About Apple

  1. Apple has more money than the U.S. Government.
  2. The company Apple is worth more than Poland.
  3. Steve Jobs is the founder of Apple.

The MacBook Air

The MacBook Air is a type of computer produced by Apple that is lighter than a feather. Moving and carrying a computer couldn't be easier than the MacBook Air. However, a light weight computer isn't the only advantage. The MacBook Air has built in apps, and you can buy thousands of more apps in the App Store. If you drop the MacBook Air, then don't worry because the MacBook Air has a sturdy aluminum unibody that makes the MacBook Air ready for anything. The MacBook Air features OS X Lion which is a new way to use the Mac, but in an easier way. The MacBook Air is one of the fastest Apple computers, and it is the coolest notebook ever.

MacBook Air Computers on Amazon

The MacBook Air may be less than 1 inch tall, but it can do many things that the average computer cannot. Do you want a long lasting battery? Well, the MacBook Air lasts 5-7 hours without being charged, and it is easily portable. This computer was perfected to the millimeter, and with speeds up to 2 times faster than every computer, there's a lot to be happy about with the new MacBook Air.

About Steve Jobs

A Man Who Thought Differently and Used His Techniques To Change The World

Steve Jobs was born on February 24, 1955, and he died at a young age of 56 years old by his family's side. However, those 56 years of Setve Job's life had a big impact on electronics, computers, and the entire world. Steve Jobs was born to a couple who could not raise him, so they gave him up for adoption. Steve was angered with the news, but his new father was very helpful. His new father taught Jobs how to take things apart and rebuild them. That gave Jobs a feel for technology and would give him the motivation to create Apple. Steve Jobs founded Apple in 1976 where he and his friend, Steve Wozniak. However, Steve Jobs would eventually leave Apple in 1985 because he was losing power in the board. While he was gone, Jobs founded NeXT and acquired Lucasfilm. Steve Jobs was also credited as the executive producer of Toy Story. So how did Steve Jobs return to Apple?

How Does Steve Jobs Return to Apple

Well, what's NeXT? Yes, Apple bought NeXT, Steve Job's computer business on December 20, 1996, 5 days before Christmas for $429 million. Apple bought NeXT for its platform since the OS wasn't working well, but Apple had no idea what they got in return, Steve Jobs, who helped the company succeed and have more money than the U.S. Government. Jobs became the interim CEO for Apple in 1997, and he commonly joked about he job as being the 'iCEO.' Jobs brought the Mac and OS X Lion to existence, and he was declared the permanent CEO for Apple in 2000. A beginning of new millennium brings forth a big change. Jobs went on to create all of the Apple Products that we see today including the iPhones, Macs, iPads, iTunes, iPods, and more!

The New iPad 3

With a new retina display, the iPad 3 is the clearest one yet so that it feels as if you are really touching the words, pictures, etc. The words for the iPad 2 were slightly blurry, but the new iPad 3 has clear words as well as wireless connection. The reason that the words and pictures are clear and not at all blurry is that the new iPad 3 has millions of pixels MORE than an HDTV! See what you love in a beautiful way with the new iPad 3.

The iPad 3 Is On Sale Now!

Apple iPad MD328LL/A (16GB, Wi-Fi, White) 3rd Generation
Apple iPad MD328LL/A (16GB, Wi-Fi, White) 3rd Generation

If you've ever watched TV on an HDTV, just think that an iPad has millions of more pixels that an HDTV which makes it millions of times clearer than that HDTV. When you have a first reliable iPad 3 that takes perfect pictures, reads word for word without blurriness, and has many other features, then this is the iPad to get, the new iPad 3.

 

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