An event billed as Apple Computer Company's annual shareholder's meeting on 1/24/1984 drew 2,600 of the company's believers to their feet in wild applause when Apple unveiled its latest line of desk top technology. The computer which Apple is counting on to help them recapture the personal computer market from IBM is the Macintosh, a muscular, easy to use desk top computer. Here Apple Chairman Steve Jobs is shown during the demonstration of the Macintosh computer.
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At a shareholder's meeting1/24/1984 Apple Computer Company displayed its latest line of desk top home computer hardware which it hopes will help them to recapture the personal computer market away from competitor IBM. At (L) is Apple Chairman Steve Jobs with the Macintosh and at (R) is Apple President John Sculley with Lisa 2.
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Apple Computer Company's Chairman Steve Jobs (L) and President John Sculley (R) display new hardware unveiled 1/24/1984 at the annual shareholder's meeting. At (L) is the Macintosh and at (R) is Lisa 2.
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