Here's How Apple's Logo Has Evolved Over The Years

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Apple, known for its innovative products, has a logo with an equally compelling story of corporate identity.

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The first Apple logo was designed by Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne in 1976. It shows Isaac Newton sitting under an apple tree. Inscribed into the logo: "Newton... a mind forever voyaging through strange seas of thought" with 'Apple Computer Co.' on a ribbon banner.

Apple Logo Isaac Newtown

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Then, a massive change. The iconic "rainbow apple" was supposedly designed to reflect Apple's tagline at the time ("Byte into an Apple").

Apple Rainbow Logo

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Since then the logo has endured small modifications, taking on a stark black look in 1998, followed by 3D versions and finally, bringing us to the white or chrome versions we see now.

Here's a short video that takes you through the logo's evolution. We first saw the clip when HuffPost Tech tweeted it this morning.