It’s the most ubiquitous letter in the Apple ecosystem, so much so that “i” has become almost invisible in its omnipresence. But what exactly does it mean? In this 1998 keynote speech, Apple founder Steve Jobs explains in his own words the reasoning behind why he chose “i” as Apple’s ultimate prefix letter.

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