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[Answer] Who was featured in the very first Apple Computer logo?

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Who was featured in the very first Apple Computer logo?

  • Sir Isaac Newton:The first Apple logo was designed in 1976 by Apple's third co-founder Ronald Wayne. The logo depicted Sir Isaac Newton sitting under a tree, with an apple dangling precipitously above his head. Newton, of course, revolutionized science with his discoveries on gravity. And how did he figure it out? An apple fell on his head! The logo included a quote from William Wordsworth, an English poet, that reads; “Newton… A Mind Forever Voyaging Through Strange Seas of Thought … Alone.” The Newton logo was short lived, as Steve Jobs reportedly believed that it was too old-fashioned, or arcane.

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