The vintage nine minute clip is really a slideshow of photos dating back to the 1976 Apple I with voiceover by Jobs and Wozniak.
Paul Terrell, the man who founded one of the world's first computer stores, the Byte Shop, can be heard at the beginning of the video and is the one who shared the clip with Fast Company. Terrell placed an order for 50 Apple I computers on the condition that they be supplied assembled.
The video uses the same Apple II song and similar graphics as the second video embedded below which was produced for the Apple IIc rollout on April 24, 1984, three months after the Macintosh was introduced at an Apple shareholder meeting.
Take a look at the videos below...
[via FastCompany] [via BGR]