The distinctive silhouette of an apple was conceived by Janoff when developing the Apple logo, and it was in a form that was quite similar to what we are all acquainted with today.As part of the redesign, he included a bite mark to make it clear that the fruit portrayed in the logo is an apple rather than another fruit with a similar silhouette—such as a cherry, for example.He also updated the font.
Why does the Apple logo have a bite out of it?
According to Janoff, the single bite taken out of the Apple logo was initially intended to serve a very practical purpose: scale.The size of the bite revealed that the fruit was in the shape of an apple, rather than a cherry or any other roughly round fruit.A number of other hypotheses, such as those claiming that the logo depicts Eve biting into the forbidden fruit or Newton’s discovery of gravity, are erroneous.
Why is the Apple logo a bitten Apple?
- Calories. The majority of the calories in apples are derived from sugar.
- Stomachache. A slight stomachache has been reported by some persons after eating apples.
- Allergies. The occurrence of allergic responses to apples is rare, though not unheard of.
Why the Apple logo is bitten from one side?
According to legend, when young Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne founded Apple, they wanted to pay honor to Turing, so they included the bite in the apple emblem as a nod to him. This myth is so widely accepted that it is believed to be true even among Apple workers. (The remainder of the article follows the advertisement.)
Why does the Apple logo have a missing piece?
Apple has assigned the logo its own component number, and it may be obtained as a spare part for outdated Macs if it comes loose from its mounting bracket. If it becomes damaged, it may be removed from the other side by pinching it out of a small hole in the grey plastic that surrounds the apple. The logos differ from one product to the next.