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Apple Inc. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
e to its advanced graphics capabilities, which had necessarily been built in to create the intuitive Macintosh GUI. In 1985, a power struggle developed between Jobs and CEO John Sculley, who had been hired two years earlier. [46] The Apple <span>board of directors instructed Sculley to "contain" Jobs and limit his ability to launch expensive forays into untested products. Rather than submit to Sculley's direction, Jobs attempted to oust him from his leadership role at Apple. Sculley found out that Jobs had been attempting to organize a coup and called a




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After Jobs' departure, the Macintosh product line underwent a steady change of focus to higher price points, the so-called "high-right policy" named for the position on a chart of price vs. profits.
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Apple Inc. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
removed Jobs from his managerial duties. [44] Jobs resigned from Apple and founded NeXT Inc. the same year. [47] The Macintosh Portable, released in 1989, was Apple's first battery-powered portable Macintosh personal computer. <span>After Jobs' departure, the Macintosh product line underwent a steady change of focus to higher price points, the so-called "high-right policy" named for the position on a chart of price vs. profits. Jobs had argued the company should produce products aimed at the consumer market and aimed for a $1000 price for the Macintosh, which they were unable to meet. Newer models selling at hi