With Apple's stock performance becoming mainstream news, I thought back on my own history with the company. I had been a loyal Apple user since the late 80's and eventually went to work for the company in the early 2000's. While there, we launched the original iPhone and I bore firsthand witness to a key pivot for the company that would turn it into the $1 Trillion company it is today. Given the stock's pullback and the iPhone appearing to reach saturation, I wanted to recall, on a podcast, my history with the company and talk about some of the signs I saw as an employee as Apple grew from a magical turnaround story based on innovation into the corporate beast it is today.
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