Behold: Apple II
On April 16, 1977, Jobs and Wozniak launched the Apple II series of computers. Distinguished from competitors such as the Commodore PET and Tandy Corp.'s TRS-80 by its color graphics and other advances, the Apple II was a commercial success. While the Apple I earned roughly a quarter of a million dollars, the new model brought in approximately $140 million. The Apple ship had set sail.