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Since founding Apple in 1976, Steve Jobs has made every effort to shake up the world of consumer electronics.In doing so, he and his employees have been granted a number of patents over the years. Let’s take a look at the ones bearing Steve’s name.
The iMac's 'hockey puck' mouse is one of the most memorable peripheral devices we've ever seen. It came
is a wide variety of colours to match your computer or your mood.
Steve Jobs holds the patent along with several other Apple engineers.
Don't let all the fancy talk fool you. This is a patent for OS X's Dock.
There was nothing quite like the Dock before Apple introduced it. it absolutely was a customisable and consolidated space where users could get easy access to whichever apps they used most frequently.
If you pay attention to your Mac's Trash icon, you'll notice that it changes depending on what you're doing. It gets 'full,' it turns into an 'eject' symbol, or it turns into the 'burn' symbol for CDs and DVDs.
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