<img class = "size-full wp-image-541501 alignleft" title = "April 15: Today in Apple's history" src = "https://cdn.cultofmac.com/wp-ctent/uploads/2018/ 04 / Apr15.jpg "alt =" April 15: Today in the history of Apple: Apple scrambles to repair Apple III  April 15, 1981: The CEO of Apple's Mike Markkula defends Apple III in trouble with a surprisingly simple admissi, even though the company is pushing a "It would be dishest for me to sit here and say that it's perfect," says it to The Wall Street Journal after critics blew up the cvicti of the Apple II successor for its overheated motherboard.The official Apple soluti to the problem? Ask users to drop their Apple III from a height of 6 inches, hoping to reinstall the chips.
Apple III: the first flop of Apple
Apple introduced the Apple III, Premi the official Cupertino flop in May 1980. paper, it should have been a huge success. For the first time, it was not a computer ale built virtually no budget by Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak. Instead, it was the work of a committee of talented engineers working for a well-funded company.
Unfortunately, it meant that the computer was suffering from …