CNBC's presentation of
"Welcome to Macintosh" is the Apple story told by people who build, use, love, hate, and obsess over the company's revolutionary products. When Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak launched Apple Computers in 1977, they had no idea the impact their company would have on the world. Now, more than thirty years later, filmmakers Robert Baca and Josh Rizzo take an in dept look how Apple has created a cult fan base and how Steve Jobs has become a modern day hero.
The 90 minute show will repeat on Friday, January 8th at 12AM.
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