Mac celebrated its 30th birthday

The Apple headquarter in Cupertino California, celebrated its 30th birthday with a live concert performed by One Republic.

Tim Cook had a short speech about the importance of the technological breakthroughs of Macintosh. Mac started from a simple game that became a complex computer introduced by Steve Jobs on January 24, 1984.

In front of the huge crowd, Cook tells employees, “We don’t spend a lot of time looking back, we spend all of our time looking forward and working on the next big thing. But we’re making an exception for today, because 30 years ago today, the Macintosh was born.”


High-ranking executives were confirmed to be in attendance including Bill Fernandez as the emcee. Fernandez is the fourth employee of Apple who introduced Steve Wozniak to Steve Jobs way back in the early 1980’s.

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