The story behind the “bite” in Apple’s logo

August 31, 2011 · 1 comment

From an interview with Rob Janoff, the original designer of Apple’s logo…

I’m probably the least religious person, so Adam and Eve didn’t have anything to do with it. The bite of knowledge sounds fabulous, but that’s not it.…

When I explain the real reason why I did the bite it’s kind of a let down. But I’ll tell you. I designed it with a bite for scale, so people get that it was an apple not a cherry.…

It was after I designed it, that my creative director told me: “Well you know, there is a computer term called byte.” And I was like: “You’re kidding!”

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saf September 14, 2011 at 10:06 am

Well considering they called the iphone just that an eye phone, to link with the one eye of the new world order, since the new world order worships the devil and since Islam tells us of the devil having one eye, it kinda counters that above statement of innocence.

Also the fact they made the Apple head office in New York to look like the Kabba of Islam, muslim all over the world face the Kabba to pray every day. Apple wanted to make the HQ look like the Kabba as if to say people all over the world face Apple to pray etc, to be honest a lot of ignorant fools do worship Apple lol.

Anyway as the story goes, the devil convinced Adam and Eve to eat the apple that was forbidden, therefore to name a company after the act of the devil is if anything proof that these devil worshipers praise the devil on his achivement, but also the content they have for humans since they glorify something that was bad for humanity, Adam and Eve being expelled from Paradise.

Amazing something so simple has so much meaning no? Not to mention I am no expert on the topic and there is tons more and expert could add and clear up what I have said…

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