About every three months, the tech world shuts down when Steve Jobs takes center stage at an Apple event - and this week it was at WWDC 2011. Like Apple or not, it has been an amazing transformation from a struggling has-been to the one of the world's richest companies.
Let's see how well you know Apple as you take a stab the following questions. The focus is on WWDC 2011 announcements but we've added some others to keep you honest. Plus check out ZDNet's coverage of WWDC.
Instructions: Click on your answer and then see how many others agree with you. Then click to see the answer and the next question.
At WWDC, Steve Jobs introduced iTunes Match, a software feature for $24.95 per year scans your hard drive and then matches the titles to Apple's 256Kbps AAC, DRM-free tracks.
3. What game company did Steve Jobs work for prior to Apple?
The correct answer is B. Atari.
One of his big projects was to create a circuit board for the game "Breakout" where he would be paid $100 for each chip he eliminated. He enlisted Steve Wosniak to help and they were able to eliminate 50 chips but the design was so tight that it couldn't be reproduced in manufacturing.
10: You're already devising your strategy to be first in line for the iPhone 5.
7-9: You're nickname is "Mac."
4-6: You can wait for the second version or later before buying your "i" gear.
1-3: Bill Gates would even do better.
0: Do you have wireless in that cave you're living in?