Once Adam and Eve had their first taste of knowledge, they knew that they were naked, and they were ashamed. That first bite of the apple represents the fall of man. The apple symbol – and the Apple computers logo – symbolizes knowledge. The simple logo design deftly carries the heft of centuries of meaning.
Similarly, you may ask, why is there a bite out of the apple logo?
“It's a wonderful urban legend.” Janoff says the single bite out of the Apple logo originally served a very practical purpose: scale. The size of the bite showed that the shape was an apple, not a cherry or any other vaguely round fruit.
Likewise, is Apple logo based on Turing?
David Emery is an internet folklore expert, and debunker of urban legends, hoaxes, and popular misconceptions. He currently writes for Snopes.com. For years it has been rumored that Apple's iconic logo, a stylized apple missing a bite on one side, was inspired by the circumstances surrounding the death of Alan Turing.
What does Apple mean sexually?
As a result, the apple became a symbol for knowledge, immortality, temptation, the fall of man and sin. The apple as symbol of sexual seduction has sometimes been used to imply sexuality between men, possibly in an ironic vein.
Why is the Apple logo so successful?
The Apple Logo The Apple logo works so well because of its instantly recognisable shape. Having the bite out of the side means there's no doubt that it is in fact an “apple”, and gives the image scale. Its silver colour is the logo's way of representing what it actually does (computing).