It is remarkable how closely the history of the apple tree is connected with that of man.
My whole life, I've sung and listened to music, and since the beginning, I've had iTunes and used Apple Music for streaming.
After the Apple II was introduced, then came the Commodore and the Tandy TRS-80.
My favorite computer of all time? The Apple II that got me started, of course.
One of the coolest days of my life was when I bought a 16K memory card upgrade and stuck it in my Apple II. I was kind of a geek.
There is no doubt that, since 1977 and the launch of Apple II - the first computer it produced for the mass market - many things which used to be done on paper, or on the telephone, have been done easier and faster on a screen.
With the greatest of respect, I have watched Apple from the day it started. I was publishing magazines about the Apple II before most people had ever heard what a personal computer was.
My first computers were a Timex Sinclair and an Apple II.
Though many people mistakenly credit IBM with the first PC in 1981, the Apple II came out four years earlier, in 1977.
I started on an Apple II, which I had bought at the very end of 1978 for half of my annual income. I made $4,500 a year, and I spent half of it on the computer.
I started working at Apple about 18 months after I bought my Apple II.
The Apple II was not designed like an ordinary product. It used crazy tricks everywhere.
In fact when I first got my Apple II the first thing I did was turn it on and off, on and off, just because I had the power to do so, which I'd never had on a computer before.
I did some products for the Apple II, most notably the first small low cost thermal printer, the Silent Type.
If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe.
I love the warmth of apple pie.
I've read hundreds of cookbooks. Most of those cookbooks don't even tell you how to get a steak ready, how to bake biscuits or an apple pie.
I'm as American as apple pie.
Pessimism is as American as apple pie - frozen apple pie with a slice of processed cheese.
Don't get fancy. Have you cooked an apple pie? You don't know what you did wrong? Do this: Take two or three apples. Put them on a table. Study them.