Consumer electronics giant Apple is celebrating four decades since its founding. Over the years, the firm has grown from the archetypal Californian garage to become the world's most valuable company.
Apple has unveiled a new lineup of iPhones with a number of improvements on previous models. A special anniversary edition is even smarter, but its high price tag is bound to put off many customers.
The computer was one of just 200 Apple-1 computers marketed by its founders - Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. The winner of Saturday's auction was a German engineer who collects old computers.
Steve Jobs may have been a technological revolutionary, but his legacy will not be remembered in a Paris street name. Left-leaning politicians didn't want to see his name around in a new tech startup campus.
Apple has promised to expand manufacturing in America with three new plants. At least that's what US President Donald Trump told the "Wall Street Journal." The tech company itself has not commented on it yet.
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