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Were you aware that the Apple computer started in someone's garage? A lot of people don't know how it all started. Today, Apple Computer Incorporated, formerly called Apple Computer Company, dominates the technical business together with Mac, iPod, and iPhone sales. Apple had its highest ever quarterly earnings of $1.58 billion dollars in 2008 ("Best Quarterly Revenue" n.pag.) . The minds of Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs led to the creations of the Apple I and Apple II computers, which revolutionized the computer industry of the 1970s and 1980s. It all started with Steve Wozniak, the type of person who wanted to tell jokes and pull pranks in the schools he attended. During high school, he decided he wanted to become the engineer. He graduated with honors from Homestead High School, California in 1968 (Kendall 14). He tried to convince his family to send him Colorado University for the engineering program, however, his family encouraged him to attend a nearby community school in California rather than After visiting the community school to register for classes, he found out that the calculus, physics, and chemistry courses he wanted to attend were all complete (Kendall 15). So Steve went back on his own parents to tell them the information, and they agreed to send him to Colorado University for his first year of college. He was not a dedicated student, since he liked to pull pranks like jamming residents' cable in the dorms (Kendall 16). Regardless, he would land several engineering projects which would eventually lead to the creation of the Apple Computer. Throughout a nine-month depart after his sophomore year, he and friend Allen Baum were trying to find a computer shop in Sunnyvale, California. Rather than discovering Data General Nova, they ran.