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In today’s time half of the world owns an Apple product. We see the logo all around but only a few actually know what the logo stands for.
Today, we see the logo as a simple but sleek design, representing the brand. But it wasn’t always the same. Did you know that the logo first had a picture of the famous scientist, Isaac Newton sitting under an apple tree. Steve Jobs wanted the name and logo to be created in unison. Steve Jobs then asked the graphic designer, Rob Janoff, who then designed the infamous logo of the bitten apple. Jobs then discarded the old logo, and the logo was used by the end of the company’s first year.
History of Apple Logo
In early 1977, the tech giant was still very much in its early stage when Rob Janoff had his first meeting with Steve Jobs. With the new client, the complete design process took only two weeks. Rob Janoff began work on the brand emblem after the agency’s inaugural meeting, based on his research of physical cross-sections of genuine fruit. In fact, when asked how he came up with the Apple logo, Rob Janoff said, “It was extremely straightforward.” I simply purchased a bunch of apples, placed them in a bowl, then drew them for about a week to simplify the shape.”
A single design drawing of a “rainbow-striped” fruit was then made. The rainbow spectrum of Janoff’s initial apple logo design was a reference to Apple’s computer Apple II, which was the world’s first computer with color display. The logo debuted a few months before the computer was released. Steve Jobs quickly approved the Apple design with multicolored stripes for manufacturing.
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