Most of the Apple products starts withe the alphabet “I”, however do you know the real meaning behind the use of the particular product. Steve Jobs first introduced the iMac in 1998, revealing that the “i” stood for Internet. At that point the Internet was just kicking off and people were exploring the new world of possibilities that came with it. Introducing that computer, Steve Jobs said that the computer was targeted at the “number one use that the consumers say they want to use the computer for”: the internet. It was launched just as the internet was catching on and was made central in the computer’s advertising.”Even though this is a full-blooded Macintosh, we are targeting this for the number one use that consumers tell us they want a computer for, which is to get on the internet — simply, and fast,” he said at the time. “And that is what this product is targeted for.”
However this wasn’t the end of the meaning of the “i”. Steve Jobs said that the “i” also stands for “information, individual, instruct, inform, and inspire”, when he first introduced the iMac.
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