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Today in Apple history: The Byte Shop, Apple’s first retailer, opens

[2018-12-08 14:30:03]

December 8, 1975: San Francisco Bay Area entrepreneur Paul Terrell opens The Byte Shop, one of the world’s first computer stores and the first to sell an Apple computer. Years before Apple would open its own retail outlets, the Byte Shop stocks the first 50 Apple-1 computers built by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. Today, the ...

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