Founded by Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs, Apple was incorporated on January 4, 1977. Today, Apple is a leading manufacturer of a line of personal computers, peripherals, and computer software under the Apple Macintosh (Mac) brand name. Apple's line of smartphones, the iPhone, are the third most popular smartphone brand in the world. Apple also develops wearable devices, like the Apple Watch.
|iPhone support:||(800) 694-7466|
|Apple store:||(800) 692-7753|
|Website:||Apple official website|
|E-mail:||Apple contact page|
|Address:||Apple Computer, Inc.
1 Infinite Loop
Cupertino, CA 95014
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