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Why Apple Products Are Getting So Expensive: Apple was cofounded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne. But it was Jobs who eventually served as the company’s CEO and led the creation of Apple’s biggest hit products. Including the Macintosh, iPod, iPhone, and iPad. And if you know a little bit of Apple history, you’ll remember Jobs was actually forced out of Apple back in 1985 when the board of directors deemed him unfit to occupy any major role at the company. And it was at that point when things started to take a turn for the worst. In the following twelve years, Apple would burn through three different CEOs, none of which had the leadership required to restore profitability to Apple. That is, until Steve Jobs returned to the company in 1997. At which point he refocused Apple’s efforts into making a few great products, rather than dozens of mediocre products, one of which was the infamous iMac in 1998 which single handedly brought Apple back from the brink of bankruptcy, and returned the company to profitability.

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