Apple is going to be 40 tomorrow

File photo dated 15/06/04 of Apple CEO Steve Jobs at the launch of the world's first online music market in Europe, as Apple celebrates its 40th birthday on Friday having risen from a three-man project in a California garage to the most valuable company in the world, estimated to be worth more than 700 billion US dollars (£486 billion). PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday March 31, 2016. Founders Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne created the company on April 1 1976 as they set about selling computer kits to hobbyists, each of which was hand-built by Mr Wozniak. See PA story TECHNOLOGY Apple. Photo credit should read: Myung Jung Kim/PA Wire

Apple is going to be 40 tomorrow and you won’t be surprised to hear it has a lot to celebrate. Firstly, it’s the most valuable company in the world, which is no mean feat considering it almost went bankrupt in 1997.

That’s when the late Steve Jobs returned to launch the iMac, the first of a string of hardware products that also included the iPod, iPhone and iPad. These devices cemented Apple’s place as an industry leader. Happy anniversary
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