The Evolution of Apple Computers

  • Steve Jobs

    Steve Jobs
    Wiki Steve Jobs was born. He grew up to become an American technology entrepreneur and inventor. He co-founded Apple in 1976 Wozniak's Apple I personal computer and Jobs was one of the first highly successful mass-produced personal computers.
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    The Evolution of Apple Computers

  • Summer for Steve Jobs

    13-year-old Steve Jobs calls up Bill Hewlett and gets a summer job at the HP factory.
  • Blue Boxs Steve Jobs

    Steve and Woz build and illegally sell 'blue boxes' that allow to make phone calls for free.
  • Apple Computer Inc's

    Apple Computer Inc's
    Apple Inc Wiki Apple Computer Inc. is incorporated by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ron Wayne.
  • Apple I

    Apple I
    Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak launched the very first Apple computer in April of 1976. It was developed, not in a garage, but in the bedroom of Steve Wozniak's home. Paul Terell, the owner of the Byte Shop, the only computer store chain at the time, was impressed by what he saw and promised to buy 50 fully assembled computers for $500 each.
  • Apple II

    Apple II
    Apple has pushed the boundaries of technology. Steve Jobs oversaw the development of the Apple II's unusual case.
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  • Apple III

    Apple III
  • Lisa

    Lisa
    One of the first personal computer to offer a graphical user interface in a machine aimed at individual business users. The Lisa was a more advanced system than the Macintosh of this time in many respects, such as its inclusion of protected memory, cooperative multitasking, a generally more sophisticated hard disk based operating system, a built-in screensaver, an advanced calculator with a paper tape and more.
  • Apple Mouse

    Apple Mouse
    Apple Mouse Evolution Lisa computer was the first computer to use a mouse. Unique to this mouse was the use of a steel ball, instead of the usual rubber found in subsequent and modern mice. It connected to the computer by means of a standard DE-9 and unique squeeze-release connector.
  • Apple IIC

    Apple IIC
    Apples fourth model series of a personal computer. A prodict tha could be moved from place to place. It was more portable and easier to use but less expandable.
  • Macintosh Plus

    Macintosh Plus
    The Macintosh Plus computer is the third model in the Macintosh line, adding the keyboard, memory inserter and the mouse. The Mac Plus was the first of many Macintoshes to use single in-line memory modules for its memory. It came standard with 1 MB of RAM (four 256 KB SIMMs) and could be upgraded to 4 MB of RAM.
  • Macintosh Portable

    Macintosh Portable
    The first portable computer and the first battery powered portable Macintosh computer. The Portable was one of the early consumer laptops to employ an active matrix panel.
  • PowerBook 140

    PowerBook 140
    The 140 was introduced with System 7.0.1, specifically to support new power management and other unique hardware features. A much better lift and go design easy for people to carry and use.
  • Macintosh LC 520

    Macintosh LC 520
    The LC 500 case design was larger than the compact Macs, with a significantly larger screen. The Apple Industrial Design Group (IDg) began exploring the adaptation of the Color Classic's design language, dubbed Espresso, for a larger display version that would also include a CD-ROM drive.
  • Apple Newtown

    Apple Newtown
    Newtown was the first personal digital assistant. It was the first to feature handwriting recognition. Newton devices run on a proprietary operating system, Newton OS; examples include Apple's MessagePad series and the eMate 300.
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  • iMac G3

    iMac G3
    The first iMac came in bright colors and a round body. The iMac was dramatically different from any previous mainstream computer. They got it bigger and coloful design wich made eveyone insane for schools and offices to buy. The different colors made it special and unique.
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  • iBook

    iBook
    iBook Review Steve Jobs Introducing a new design not only the outside design but the new special features design inside the Safari.
  • iMac G5

    iMac G5
    All in one, a desk computer designed for people who would like a more unique way to have a professinal looking computer. The features in it helps a lot to many companies or anyone having to do work on it. The iMac G5 uses an advanced cooling system controlled by the operating system; at low CPU loads this rendered the iMac G5 virtually silent. Apple boasted that it was the slimmest desktop computer on the market.
  • Steve Jobs Dies

    Steve Jobs Dies
    Steve Jobs dies at home, surrounded by his family.
  • Macbook Pro with Retina Display

    Macbook Pro with Retina Display
    Apple unveiled its next generation MacBook Pro with Retina Display at the Worldwide Developers Conference. Retina Display is defined by Apple as having a "pixel density so high your eye is unable to distinguish individual pixels." It weighs 4.46 pounds and is 0.71 inches thick.
  • iMac with Retina Display

    iMac with Retina Display
    Previous iMac models featured either a white polycarbonate enclosure or an aluminium enclosure. The late 2009 iMac model featured a unibody aluminium enclosure, a version of which can still be seen on the current model. The current iMacs released in October 2012 also feature a much thinner display, with the edge measuring just 5 mm
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    Steve Jobs Movie
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