There’s no doubt Apple has struggled since Steve Jobs passed away. Whether it’s wildly fluctuating stock, a loss in smartphone market share or even the ability to maintain their reputation for being innovative, Apple has been scrambling to make up ground. An Apple fan is a loyal fan though, and those fans aren’t going anywhere just yet. They will cross their fingers that the new Apple redesigns will be significant enough to bring Apple back into the forefront of innovative technology.
If you are the ultimate Apple fan, maybe you’d like to take a trip to visit all the significant places that have played a part in Apple’s long and bumpy road to success. This infographic called The Ultimate Apple Addict Pilgrimage (by Cheapflights.com) maps out a journey that would take you on a trip back in time to track the significant events in Apple’s history.
This journey retraces the steps made by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak throughout the years. This trip will take you to a total of 21 places in the United States, with the majority of them being in California. You’ll visit places like the first Apple factory, Apple headquarters at Infinite Loop, Steve Jobs’ childhood home where he and Steve Wozniak founded Apple in the garage, Methodist University Hospital where Steve Jobs received a life-saving liver transplant in 2009 and much more. You’ll even be able to have lunch at Steve Jobs’ favorite lunch restaurant. This could be an inspiring and educational trip.
Of course, if you Apple fans decide to take this journey, be sure to pack up all your Apple devices so you can capture it every step along the way. This should keep you busy until later this year when the new Mac Pro is available.
The Ultimate Journey For Apple Fans
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Via: [Design Taxi]