Apple products are ubiquitous today. Their impressiveness is lost on us because of how gradually each product has improved. But speed up time a little bit, and the advances that this company makes every 10 years start to look much more remarkable. We’ll start at the very beginning…1976
Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak sold their car and their calculator (respectively) to finance the building of this, the first ever Apple product.
Steve Wozniak once endearingly stated about the Apple III: “[it] had 100% hardware failures!”
Macintosh Classic & LC
The “LC” stands for “Low-cost Color”. While the “LC” moniker stuck around for a few years, it quickly became obsolete. I mean come on, a charger costs 60 bucks!
iBook g3 “clamshell”
The iBook G3 was the first mainstream laptop to incorporate wireless networking capabilities that would ultimately server as the model for the industry standard technology.
iMac & iphone 4