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SOUTHRIDGE SCHOOL

By: MK

ASSIGMENT #5
By: MK

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Assignment 1.............................................................................................................. 1
Assignment 2.............................................................................................................. 2
Assignment 3.............................................................................................................. 5
Assignment 4.............................................................................................................. 6
Works Cited.............................................................................................................. 11

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Assignment 1
My first assignment in IT is to create a website. My class had to use a site called
Weebly to create our very own site. This first slide had to include what you did for
winter break, a paragraph about myself, and some photos of yourself and your
hobbies/ friends. This website is also where all my IT assignments are to be
uploaded on.

Assignment 2
For assignment 2 I had create surveys which I had to send out to the class and
retrieve survey answers. With the answers I just got I had to put it on excel to
create the graphs shown below:

Assignment 3
For assignment 3, I had to track my technology usage in a week. I also had to
create graphs that showed how many hours I would be on electronics for. This is
what the graphs showed:

Assignment 4

For this project I had to come up with a PowerPoint explaining the history of the
apple computer. I would then have to present to the class to talk about my topic.
My Script:
Slide 1:
This is the growth of each apple symbol since the begingging till now
Slide 2:

The first apple computer was released in 1976 and was hand-built by Steve
Wozniak. This computer was going to be sold as an idea as the first apple product
ever sold. Unfortunately these were discontinued because 50 of the 200 computers
broke down. This computer cost about $666. started as circuit boards

That contained a microprocessor

Attended a personal computer festival

They had the best functional but design was rudimentary

Slide 3:

The Apple II was sold on June 10th, 1977. This computer was also created by Steve
Wozniak but was manufactured by apple computer. This computer continued until
1993 because of other models created like the Apple III which was just like it. The
difference between it was the expandability and the processing core and a limitedproduction bare circuit board for electronic hobbyists. Both computer sold about 5-6
million computers. Needed a great case , a built in keyboard

Needed a large influx of money, one offered to Atari and commodore but was refused
fellow from home brew computer club design it (manock) Next was the power supplyrod holt then they designed a switching power supply, oscillated thousands of times a
second so n fan was needed

This was the time when Mike Markkula joined as marketing partner

Slide 4:

This was branded in 1997 were it was marketed by Apple Inc. Steve jobs introducing
this computer on January 24, 1984. The first model was later renamed to Macintosh
128k for uniqueness and originality. Since 1998 apple Inc. has largely phased out
the name Macintosh to Mac or The Mac since this first model. More memory,

screen would handle 80 characters across vs. 40, and would handle upper + lower
cave letter, failed due to piggybacked circuit boards Lisa

16 bit microprocessor instead of 8 bit in Apple II hut did it have Wozniak working in it

Slide 5:
This was sold by apple computer from 1998 to 2003. This computer was noted by the
interknit design and use of translucent and brightly colored plastic cover. Later in time it was
updated with new hardware and plastic colors in 2002. This certain was responsible for the
financial turnaround in the late 1990s. This computer also changed the apple logo. Even
though they abandoned the current technological standards like the floppy drive and apple
desktop bus and the emerging USB standard they made the technology more internal
modem in the iMac. That would operate at only 33.6 Kbit/s rather than the new 56 Kbit/s
speed, but was forced by consumer pressure to adopt the faster standard. 21.5-inch iMac
with Retina 4K display. Like the revolutionary 27-inch 5K model, it delivers such spectacular
image quality that everything else around you seems to disappear.
Slide 6:
Now in 2006 was the modern line of Macintosh portable computers. It is one of the high-end
computers in the macbook family. This computer has about a 13-15 inch screens and in
April 2006 a 17-inch version available. This computer was also developed by apple Inc. and
was released on January 10, 2006. The final model of the macbook pro was released in
June 2012 with a 15- inch screen also the 17-inch was discontinued because there was no
updates for this computer.
Slide 7:
Iphone, ipods, and Ipads whats next?
Finally this is the progress of all the apple computer since 1976 to 2009 to today

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This Year. Retrieved from Cult of Mac:
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Franois, B., Barstler, W., & Baqu, A. (2002, December 10). Apple III. Retrieved from
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Hackett, S. (2008). IMAC G3: The Macintosh that saved Apple. Retrieved from 512
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Mesa, A. F. (1998). Apple I & Apple II. Retrieved from The Apple Museum:
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Wikipedia. (2016, February 25). iMac. Retrieved from Wikipedia:
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