Who Invented the Apple Computer?

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The very first Apple Computer, 'Apple I,' was designed and built by Steve Wozniak, contrary to popular belief that it was invented by Steve Jobs. Rather, Jobs was responsible for the sale of the computer, but he did not create it. It was first demonstrated to the public in July of 1976.
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