• Apple 1

    Apple 1
    1976- Apple I July 1st, 1976 was when the Apple I was launched, designed and built by Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple. However, it was Steve Jobs who had the idea to sell the computer and it was there that the Apple empire was born.
  • Apple II

    Apple II
    1977- Apple II The following year, in 1977 the Apple II swiftly replaced its outdated predecessor with a new, more commercial product. The Apple II came with its own case as well as containing a MOS Technology processor running at a mere 1MHz with 4KB of RAM.
  • Apple Lisa

    Apple Lisa
    1983- Apple Lisa The Apple Lisa was a huge and ground-breaking leap when compared to previous launches. It not only had an integrated screen but a user interface and the first Apple mouse. Unfortunately, it wouldn’t be the success Apple would hope for as it was priced at $10,000, a sum the average consumer would never be able to justify.
  • Apple Cinema Display

    Apple Cinema Display
    2000- Cinema Display Apple released its ‘Cinema Display’ flat-panel range of computer monitors, signalling a new era of thinner, wider, computer monitors.
  • Apple MacBook Air and Ipod Touch

    Apple MacBook Air and Ipod Touch
    2008- MacBook Air & iPod Touch Along with releasing the next generation of the iPhone, the iPhone 3G, Apple also released the MacBook Air which would set the precedent across the industry for thinner, lighter laptops. They also released the first-generation iPod Touch which was of a similar design to their iPhone.