By Todd Bernhard
One of Steve Jobs' last acts was to rename the company he co-founded from "Apple Computer, Inc." to "Apple Inc." It made sense, as Apple had been steadily transitioning from a computer manufacturer to a full-fledged consumer electronics provider. The iPod, Apple Watch, Beats headphones, and the Apple TV aren't exactly computers, after all. And if Apple ever builds an Apple Car, it wouldn't make sense to be called Apple Computer at that point. So it was logical to set the stage for this transition.