Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs in Job's garage, ca. 1975

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Apple Computer Manufacturing Plant from 1976-77

2066 Crist Drive, Los Altos, California --  N 37o 20' x W122o 04'
Perhaps the world's most famous garage

The first 50 Apple 1s were built in Jobs' parents' spare bedroom (at 11161 Crist Drive in Los Altos, the house number changed to 2066 when the land was annexed from the county to the city in late 1983). That consignment of Apple 1s were sold to Paul Jay Terrell's Byte Shop for $500 each. The partners had to take out loans in order to meet the Byte Shop order. Just a few months later Apple moved upscale – in to Jobs' parents' garage. - from

Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, along with Ronald G. Wayne form the Apple Computer Company on April Fools’ Day, 1976


At 2066 Crist Drive, an ordinary ranch house
where an extraordinary revolution took place

Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak
started building Apples in a spare bedroom

Later expanding to the garage

Mecca of many Mac fanatics

On January 3, 1977, Apple Computer is incorporated by Jobs, Woz, and their new partners and chairman, Mike Markkula. In addition to plotting its marketing strategy, Markkula invests $250,000 in the fledgling enterprise. Additional financing will come later from a group of venture capitalists that includes Venrock Associates, Arthur Rock and Co., and Capital Management Corp.

Apple moves from Job’s garage to a building on Stevens Creek Boulevard in Cupertino, California

Steve Jobs Stev Wozniak Apple I Apple IIc

Apple Computer Headquarters at 1 Infinite Loop