Today in Apple history: Steve Jobs visits the Soviet Union

By Luke Dormehl · July 4, 2020

July 4, 1985: Steve Jobs visits Moscow for the first time, with the aim of selling Macs to the Russians. During his two-day trip, Jobs lectures computer science students in the Soviet Union, attends a Fourth of July party at the American embassy and discusses opening a Mac factory in Russia. He also reportedly almost runs afoul […] continue reading

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