Granted, I was never aware of a tech guru named Steve Jobs at the time of Apple’s unveiling of the infamous Apple II computer. Hell, I didn’t even own a computer at that time.
I had for a brief moment a Commodore 64 at the tender young age of 16 years during the hot summer of 1984 growing up in a small suburb of Copenhagen.
Fast forward 31 years and I am an Apple Fanboy. Go figure.
San Franciscoâ€™s 7,000-seat Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Apple still hasnâ€™t made an announcement as to where next monthâ€™s iPhone 6s event will take place. However,Â according to a new report it may be set to rock San Franciscoâ€™s 7,000-seat Bill Graham Civic Auditorium â€” the same venue where Steve Jobs and Wozniak first unveiled the Apple II.
The building has been hired for a week-long â€œprivate eventâ€ lasting from September 4 until September 13, which would be more than enough time for Apple to make the necessary preparations, such as installing product banners, setting up demos, and the like.