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Today, Apple is celebrating its 40th birthday.

The company which went on to revolutionize the technology industry and become the first company to be valued at over $750 billion was launched on April 1, 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in Cupertino, California, with the purpose of selling personal computers.

Their first model, the Apple I, went on sale in July of that year for $666.66 ($2,772 in 2016 dollars).

Back in 1998, Jobs talked to Neil Cavuto, telling the host that he felt the struggling company still had "a lot to contribute" to the computer industry.

Watch the flashback interview above.


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