If you were using an Apple computer in the early ’90s, you were part of a small cult-like group of people using a deteriorating product. With limited available software, declining sales and the absence of a true leader, Apple was undergoing gloomy technological Dark Ages that made it difficult to stay competitive. This is hard to believe today, where everybody who’s anybody has at least one of the company’s products.
Whether walking to school listening to your iPod or driving downtown with directions from your iPhone, you’re now on the other side of the fence. People everywhere are discovering why stores stock their shelves from top to bottom with Apple products, compared to a small cornered section 15 years ago. Apple can proudly say it’s won a hard battle to become No. 1, and fans are no longer part of a tiny sect. Read more