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Paperback Verified download. The story starts with the two Steves making and selling boxes to confuse the phone system into granting free calls. It chronicals the development of Apple computer from the first Apple through the Lisa, endless varities of Macintosh and today's iPod. Throughout the story, the massive ups and collosal failures of this American instution are laid bare. The layout is interesting as well. As characters are introduced, the reader frequently wonders "What happened to them?

This showed that Apple wasn't just a great product developer, but also a great developer of silicon valley talent.

The book details the extremes of the players personalities: The book also details some lesser known stories from Apple's storied past: There's a lot of "Hows" here, which really shows how deep the author gets into the company's history and soul.

You come away with not just a knowledge of the people, but their personalities and why exactly things turned out the way they did. This book is excellent reading for anyone interested in the world of technology, and an absolute must for fans of Apple. This was a good book about the history of Apple. I am NOT an Apple fanboy by any means.

In fact, I don't own a single Apple product and never have. But I have always been intrigued by the genius of Steve Jobs and how difficult it was to work for him. I'd recommend this book for anyone that loves the history of how a big business got started.

I eagerly bought Apple Confidential 2. This book doesn't disappoint - I read the entire thing cover to cover in about three days, although in retrospect, it would have been fun to spread it out a bit more to enjoy it longer.

The book is well written and easy to read, and very importantly in this often heated subject matter, it appears to be genuinely unbiased. Featuring the story of Apple Computer Inc. Sidebars throughout the text present numerous quotes from well known players - Steve Jobs, Wozniak, and many others. Pictures of some of the early machines are provided as well as timelines for various products and CEO's. As another bonus, the resignation letters of several of Apple's CEO's are included in the text.

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On the downside, the latter part of the book is not quite as good with several omissions such as mention of the wildly popular XServe and the Virginia Tech supercomputer cluster made with XServe's. This seems like a fairly glaring oversight considering how important the enterprise market is to Apple these days. Overall, I think any Apple history buff would find the book fascinating, and I can even imagine that the book would be interesting to people who don't know much about Apple at all.

The history of Apple is quite interesting and should provide engaging reading material for nearly anyone. What are you waiting for?

download the book! A fair amount of research is artlessly relayed to the reader in a monotonous, book-report style.

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Equal emphasis is given to trivial details and momentous events. The book has no conceptual arc; it ends without concluding anything. Glaringly unedited in any perceivable way, it's hard to imagine how this got published at a time when its subject, Apple Computers, was either ignored or greeted with hostility by the overwhelming majority of computer uses.

Published 10 years later, Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs is more fluidly composed, but is pretty much a rushed summary of facts with his life little, much like Apple Confidential, which suggests that valuable historical assessments of Apple may be another 20 years in coming.

Some good, easy to read information for Mac novices who want to learn some early Apple lore. A bit dated now, a lot has happened since the book was published. I have read some of the reviews of this book.

Both were helpful in outlining the people that I would potentially be dealing with. Steve especially. When working with people, it is nice to know all the angles.

I believe Owen covers them well. Apple is a story unto itself. Constantly evolving, never staying still. It requires addressing in the fashion that Owen uses. One that skips around, never stays in one place, yet covers all facets. Book Popular, Read Apple Confidential 2.

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