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With the layoffs of 1985 Jobs lost a power struggle with John Sculley, and after a short hiatus reappeared with new funding to create the Ne XT corporation.Jobs was marketing the Apple I at hobbyists like members of the Homebrew Computer Club who could now perform their own operations on their personal computers.Jobs and Wozniak managed to earn $774,000 from the sales of the Apple I.An engineering whiz with a passion for inventing electronic gadgets, Wozniak at that time was perfecting his "blue box," an illegal pocket-size telephone attachment that would allow the user to make free long-distance calls.
Jobs helped Wozniak sell a number of the devices to customers. 205] In 1972 Jobs graduated from high school and register at Reed College in Portland, Oregon.
Jobs encouraged independent programmers to invent applications for Apple II.