The BBC’s web site features a 10-question multiple choice quiz, “How much do you know about Apple?”
Thirty years after it was founded on 1 April 1976, Apple Computer has grown from a tiny start-up to a household name and cultural icon. But how much do you really know about Apple?
Take the quiz here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Paul” for the heads up.]
MacDailyNews Note: For the record, we took the quiz and got a perfect score — it’s not that hard (and we probably should be doing pretty well on Apple quizzes regardless of their degree of difficulty, right?) The Beeb proclaimed, “You got 10 right! You live and breathe Apple, eagerly waiting for the latest shiny gadget to come out of California.” The Beeb’s automated quiz-master obviously knows us quite well.
[For those interested: The first Apple logo – don’t cheat – check it out after you’ve taken the BBC quiz.]
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