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Steve Jobs’ Childhood Home May Become Historical Site

Los Altos Historical Commission evaluating place where first Apple computer was built


The place where all the magic started for Apple (AAPL) founder Steve Jobs may become a protected historical site in the near future.

CNN reports that the Los Altos, CA house where Jobs built his first computer with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is being considered by the Los Altos Historical Commission as a landmark. The seven-member commission is evaluating the one-story house in order to determine whether or not the property should be considered a historical site.

Jobs moved into the house when he was a 7th grader and he lived there through high school. Wozniak and Jobs spent their free time in an attached garage where they built the first 50 Apple 1 computers and eventually built Apple Computer Co. in 1977.

According to the property evaluation, Steve Jobs is a genius who revolutionized several industries including personal computers, music, phones and digital publishing.

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