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English: Apple's absolute first logo, pre 1976. Drawn by then co-founder Ronald Wayne.

The logo features Sir Isaac Newton sitting under the apple tree where he supposedly discovered gravity, by an apple falling on his head.

See for the 1976 Apple 1 manual and advertisements where this logo was used.
Date 17 February 2007 (original upload date)
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Author Original uploader was TigerK 69 at en.wikipedia
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