Today Apple is just not a brand but a recognition. But do you know that it is not the original logo that appears on the Apple products? The original artwork, in fact, depicts one of the most famous anecdotes out of science history. take a look at the prototype design for Apple Inc back in 1976.
Steve Jobs got the idea for the name of the company while visiting an apple farm. In the year 1976, while on a fruitarian diet, Steve Jobs considered naming the then recently founded technology company, Apple Inc. The idea was to give a name which is “fun, spirited and not scary or difficult.” The result was – an apple with a bite taken out.
This logo was designed by Rob Janoff
The silhouette of an apple with a bite taken out of it collaborated with a colored with the rainbow first. You will get surprised to know that it was the official logo for the company between 1977 and 1998.
Hence, the first ever prototype was designed by Ron Wayne. However, it was immediately replaced by its successor, back in 1976. The original logo depicted Sir Isaac Newton sitting under an apple tree, with one fairly obvious apple sticking out.