History of Apple Inc. Products

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  • Apple Inc. created by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. First product is Apple I.

    Apple Inc. created by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. First product is Apple I.
    Their first product was the Apple I computer. Only Steve Wozniak could be contacted to have the Apple I computers fixed, so they discontinued them. It was discontinued September 1 1977
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    History of Apple Inc. Products

    Apple Inc. Timeline.My timetoast on Apple Inc. Products will show you some of the most popular products produced and released by Apple from when they started in 1976 to present day.
  • Apple II computer is released.

     Apple II computer is released.
    The Apple II replaced the Apple I computers. It was one of the first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products.
  • Apple III, mainly used as a business computer, is released.

    Apple III, mainly used as a business computer, is released.
    Not many were sold because of defects. The Apple III was a major failure and was discontinued December 1, 1983.
  • Apple OneScanner released.

    Apple OneScanner released.
    The Apple OneScanner was their first A4 (8.5 in × 14.0 in) flatbed scanner. It was capable of a 4-bit image with 16 levels of grey.The scanner could complete a full scan in 20.4 seconds. The scanner was upgraded to the short lived Apple OneScanner in 1991 with 256 levels of grey.
  • Powerbook 140 released.

    Powerbook 140 released.
    It was the mid-range PowerBook, between the low-end 100 and the high-end 170. As with the PowerBook 170, and unlike the 100, this PowerBook featured an internal floppy drive. Codenames for this model are: Tim Lite, Tim LC, Replacements, and Leary. It was discontinued August 3, 1992.
  • iBook released.

    iBook released.
    The iBook was a line of laptop computers sold by Apple Computer from 1999 to 2006. The line targeted the consumer and education markets, with lower specifications and prices than the PowerBook.
  • iPod Claasic released.

    iPod Claasic released.
    The iPod Classic (first generation) is a portable media player marketed by Apple Inc.To date, there have been six generations of the iPod, as well as a spin-off (the iPod Photo) that was later re-integrated into the main iPod line.
  • The second generation iPod released.

    The second generation iPod released.
    Using the same body style as the first generation, the hold switch was redesigned and the mechanical wheel was replaced with a touch-sensitive wheel. The front plate also had rounded corners and edges. The second-generation class was available in 10 GB
  • Apple released third-generation iPod.

    Apple released third-generation iPod.
    Thinner than the previous models. They introduced the Touch Wheel, a completely non-mechanical interface with the four auxiliary buttons located in a row between the screen and the touch wheel. The front plate had rounded edges, and the rear casing was slightly rounded as well.
  • Release of fourth-generation iPod.

    Release of fourth-generation iPod.
    The touch wheel from the third generation iPod with the Click Wheel is replaced. Putting the four auxiliary buttons underneath a touch-sensitive scroll wheel. The casing was also slightly slimmer. And could hold up to 12 hours of battery.
  • The iPod Shuffle (fourth generation) released.

    The iPod Shuffle (fourth generation) released.
    It is a digital audio player designed and marketed by Apple Inc. It is the smallest model in Apple's iPod family, and was the first to use flash memory. The first model was announced at the Macworld Conference & Expo on January 11, 2005.
  • Fifth generation iPod released.

    Fifth generation iPod released.
    It was known as the iPod Video and it was the first iPod to be able to play videos. The iPod Video is the first iPod to be available in an alternative color scheme in a non-special edition form, as a black option was added alongside "Signature iPod White".
  • Apple TV (first generation) released.

    Apple TV (first generation) released.
    It is an appliance designed to play digital content originating from the iTunes Store, Netflix, YouTube, Flickr, MobileMe, MLB.tv, NBA League Pass, NHL GameCenter or any Mac OS X or Windows computer running iTunes onto an enhanced-definition or high-definition widescreen television.
  • iPhone (first generation) released.

    iPhone (first generation) released.
    The iPhone is also known as the original iPhone, iPhone 2G, iPhone EDGE, or iPhone 1. It featured quad-band Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) with General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) and Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE).
  • Sixth Generation iPod released.

    Sixth Generation iPod released.
    Featuring slightly thinner bodies, the sixth generation iPod also sported dramatically improved battery life, claiming up to 36 hours of music playback and 6 hours of video playback. The "Signature iPod White" has been replaced by silver. This means that it is the first time that white is not a color option for an iPod in the iPod family.
  • The iPod Touch (first generation) is released.

    The iPod Touch (first generation) is released.
    A portable media player, personal digital assistant, handheld game console, and Wi-Fi mobile device designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The iPod Touch adds the multi-touch graphical user interface to the iPod line. It is the first iPod with wireless access to the iTunes Store, and also has access to Apple's App Store, enabling content to be purchased and downloaded directly on the device.
  • Second generation iPhone released.

    Second generation iPhone released.
    The iPhone 3G was the second generation of iPhone. The 3G was very similar to the first iPhone. Nevertheless, the 3G featured several improvements over the original. It supported Assisted GPS and 3G data.
  • First iPad released.

    First iPad released.
    The iPad is a line of tablet computers used primarily as a platform for audio-visual media including books, periodicals, movies, music, games, apps and web content. Its size and weight fall between those of contemporary smartphones and laptop computers.
  • The iPhone 4 is released.

    The iPhone 4 is released.
    It’s a touchscreen slate 3G smartphone It is the fourth generation iPhone, and is made like the iPhone 3GS. It is particularly marketed for video calling (marketed by Apple as FaceTime), consumption of media such as books and periodicals, movies, music, and games, and for general web and e-mail access.
  • iPad 2 is released.

    iPad 2 is released.
    The second generation iPad. It serves primarily as a platform for audio-visual media including books, periodicals, movies, music, games, presentations and web content, and is available in black or white. The iPad 2 has a battery that lasts up to 10 hours, and front-facing and rear-facing cameras designed for FaceTime video calling.
  • iPhone 4S is released.

    iPhone 4S is released.
    It is the fifth generation of the iPhone and has the exterior design of it’s the iPhone 4, but the phone added a voice recognition system known as Siri and a cloud storage service named iCloud. Some of the device's functions may be voice-controlled through Siri. It is available in black and white.
  • MacBook Pro is released.

    MacBook Pro is released.
    MacBook Pro is part of a line of Macintosh portable computers introduced in January 2006 by Apple Inc. It replaced the PowerBook G4 and was the second model, after the iMac. The MacBook Pro is the high end of the MacBook family and is currently produced with 13-, 15- and 17-inch screens.