Apple Computer Inc.

Apple Computer Inc. was founded by Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne on the 1st April 1976 and to this very day Apple have played a pivitol role in computing. They produced just 200 of their Apple I computer which even though it was simply a circuit board to which the owner had to add a keyboard and monitor was extremely well received. Ronald shortly after sold his stock to Jobs and Wozniak, but the success of the Apple I inspired them to go on and develop the hugely successful Apple II.
 

Apple Computers



 

Computers

Apple II

Apple II
5th June 1977
The Apple II (sometimes written as Apple ][ or Apple //) was the first popular microcomputer manufactured by Apple.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple II Europlus

Apple II Europlus
1978
Apple II Europlus After the success of the first Apple II in the United States, Apple expanded its market outside of America in 1978, with the Apple II Europlus (Europe) and the Apple II J-Plus (Japan).

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple II Plus

Apple II Plus
1978
The Apple II Plus was the second model of the Apple II series produced.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple III

Apple III
June 1980
The Apple /// was announced in June 1980.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Lisa 2/10

Apple Lisa 2/10
January 1983
The Apple Lisa was a landmark machine.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple IIe

Apple IIe
January 1983
After having sold more than 750,000 Apple II and II+ systems, making it one of the best-selling brands in the global computing market, Apple released an updated version of the II+, the Apple IIe ('e' standing for enhanced).

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh M0001 128K upgraded to 512K

Apple Macintosh M0001 128K upgraded to 512K
28th January 1984
The Macintosh 128K machine was the original Apple Macintosh personal computer.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple IIc

Apple IIc
April 1984
The Apple IIc, the fourth model in the Apple II series of personal computers, was Apple Computer’s first endeavor to produce a portable computer.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh 128K

Apple Macintosh 128K
September 1984
The Macintosh 128K machine, released as the "Apple Macintosh", was the original Apple Macintosh personal computer.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh 512k

Apple Macintosh 512k
9th October 1984
The Macintosh 512K Personal Computer, the second of a long line of Apple Macintosh computers, was the first update to the original Macintosh 128K.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Plus 1MB

Apple Macintosh Plus 1MB
10th January 1986
The Macintosh Plus computer was the third model in the Macintosh line, introduced on January 16, 1986, two years after the original Macintosh and a little more than a year after the Macintosh 512K, with a price tag of 2599 USD.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Plus

Apple Macintosh Plus
10th January 1986
The Macintosh Plus computer was the third model in the Macintosh line, introduced on January 16, 1986, two years after the original Macintosh and a little more than a year after the Macintosh 512K, with a price tag of 2599 USD.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple II GS for Greengate DS:4

Apple II GS for Greengate DS:4
15th September 1986
NOTE: This IIGS has the all software to run the Greengate DS:4 on an IDE flash card.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple II GS

Apple II GS
15th September 1986
The Apple IIGS, the fifth model inception of the Apple II, was the most powerful member of the Apple II series of personal computers made by Apple Computer.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple II GS

Apple II GS "Woz" edition
15th September 1986
Our model is the limited 'Woz' edition.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple IIe Platinum

Apple IIe Platinum
January 1987
The Apple IIe Platinum was the final computer in the Apple II range to be released.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh SE

Apple Macintosh SE
March 1987
The Macintosh SE was a personal computer manufactured by Apple.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh SE/30 (Douglas Adams)

Apple Macintosh SE/30 (Douglas Adams)
March 1987
This Macintosh SE/30 was once owned by Douglas Adams.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh II

Apple Macintosh II
March 1987
The Apple II computer was manufactured between March 1987-January 1990, and was the first Macintosh to have a colour display, the basic system, with a 20 MB HD was priced at $5,498.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh SE/30

Apple Macintosh SE/30
1989
The Macintosh SE/30 is a personal computer that was designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer, Inc.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh IIcx

Apple Macintosh IIcx
7th March 1989
Six months after the release of the Macintosh IIx Apple introduced the Macintosh IIcx on March 7, 1989.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Portable

Apple Macintosh Portable
1st September 1989
The Macintosh Portable was Apple computer's first attempt at making a portable Macintosh personal computer that held the power of a desktop Macintosh.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh IIci

Apple Macintosh IIci
20th September 1989
The Apple Macintosh IIci was an improvement on the Macintosh IIcx.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh IIfx

Apple Macintosh IIfx
19th March 1990
Released in March 1990, The Mac IIfx was the fastest Mac ever built at the time.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh IIsi

Apple Macintosh IIsi
15th October 1990
The Macintosh IIsi was a compact three-box desktop unit, effectively a cut-down Macintosh IIci in a smaller case (used for no other Macintosh model), made cheaper by the redesign of the motherboard an...

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh LC

Apple Macintosh LC
15th October 1990
The Macintosh LC (meaning low-cost color) was Apple Computer's product family of low-end consumer Macintosh personal computers in the early 1990s.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Classic

Apple Macintosh Classic
15th October 1990
The $1500 Mac Classic was released in October 1990.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Performa 400

Apple Macintosh Performa 400
1992
Macintosh Performa 400 Specifications Processor Motorola 68030 Processor Speed 16 MHz System Bus Speed 16 MHz Cache 0.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Mac LCII

Apple Mac LCII
1st January 1992
The Apple Macintosh LC II features a 16 MHz 68030 processor, 4 MB of RAM, and either a 40 MB or an 80 MB hard drive in a compact "pizza box" case.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Quadra 950

Apple Macintosh Quadra 950
18th May 1992
The Macintosh Quadra 950 was the third desktop computer in Apple Computer's Quadra line.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 145

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 145
3rd August 1992
The PowerBook 145, manufactured by Apple Computer, was a speed-bumped PowerBook 140, increasing the processor speed from 16 MHz to 25 MHz.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh IIvi

Apple Macintosh IIvi
September 1992
The Macintosh IIvi was a very short-lived Macintosh model; it was only on the market from September 1992 to February 1993.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Performa 200

Apple Macintosh Performa 200
14th September 1992
Apple Macintosh Performa 200 The Apple Macintosh Performa 200 features a 16 MHz 68030 processor, 2 MB of RAM, and either a 40 MB or an 80 MB hard drive in a sleek, compact all-in-one case with a 9" monochrome display.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Powerbook Duo 230

Apple Powerbook Duo 230
October 1992
The PowerBook Duo 230 was a portable notebook personal computer, manufactured by Apple Computer and introduced in October 1992.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 160

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 160
October 1992
The Apple Macintosh PowerBook 160 features a 25 MHz 68030 processor, 4 MB of RAM, and either a 40 MB, 80 MB, or 120 MB hard drive in a compact portable case with a 9.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 180

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 180
19th October 1992
The PowerBook 180 was the first portable Mac with a 4-bit active matrix display.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Newton MessagePad

Apple Newton MessagePad
1993
The Apple Newton, or simply Newton, is an early line of personal digital assistants developed and marketed by Apple from 1993 to 1998.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 165C

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 165C
10th February 1993
The Apple Macintosh PowerBook 165c features a 33 MHz 68030 processor, 4 MB of RAM, and either an 80 MB, 120 MB, or 160 MB hard drive in a compact portable case with an 8.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Mac LCIII

Apple Mac LCIII
10th February 1993
Part of the low cost Macintosh range.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Colour Classic

Apple Macintosh Colour Classic
10th February 1993
The Macintosh Color Classic was the first color compact Apple Macintosh computer.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 180C

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 180C
June 1993
The PowerBook 180 was the first portable Mac with a 4-bit active matrix display.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 145B

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 145B
July 1993
The PowerBook 145B was a laptop made by Apple Computer.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Newton MessagePad

Apple Newton MessagePad
3rd August 1993
The Apple Newton, or simply Newton, is an early line of personal digital assistants developed and marketed by Apple from 1993 to 1998.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Quadra 650

Apple Macintosh Quadra 650
21st October 1993
The Quadra 650 had tray-loading CD-ROM drive.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh LC475

Apple Macintosh LC475
21st October 1993
The Apple Macintosh LC 475 features a 25 MHz 68LC040 processor, 4 MB or 8 MB of RAM, and either an 80 MB, a 160 MB, or a 250 MB hard drive in a compact "pizza box" case.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Performa 450

Apple Macintosh Performa 450
4th December 1993
The Apple Macintosh Performa 450 features a 25 MHz 68030 processor, 4 MB of RAM, and a 120 MB hard drive in a compact "pizza box" case.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Power Macintosh 7100/66

Apple Power Macintosh 7100/66
March 1994
Power Macintosh 7100 Release date March, 1994 (66 MHz) January, 1995 (80 MHz) Introductory price 2900, 3300, 3500 Discontinued January 1995 (66 MHz) January, 1996 (80 MHz) Operating system System 7.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Newton MessagePad 110

Apple Newton MessagePad 110
4th March 1994
The Apple Newton MessagePad 110, codenamed Lindy, features a 20 MHz ARM 610 processor, 4 MB of ROM, 1.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Newton MessagePad 120

Apple Newton MessagePad 120
1st April 1994
The Apple Newton MessagePad 120, codenamed Gelato, features a 20 MHz ARM 610 processor, 4 MB of upgradable ROM, 1.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 520C

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 520C
16th May 1994
The PowerBook 500 series (codenamed Blackbird, which it shared with the older Macintosh IIfx) was a range of Apple Macintosh PowerBook portable computers first introduced by Apple Computer with the 540c model on 16 May 1994.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Performa 630

Apple Macintosh Performa 630
18th July 1994
The Macintosh Performa series is Apple Computer's consumer product family of Apple Macintosh personal computers sold through department stores and mass-market retailers from 1992 until 1997, when it was superseded by the Power Macintosh 5x00 series.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 150

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 150
18th July 1994
The Apple Macintosh PowerBook 150 was a laptop personal computer created by Apple Computer which was introduced on July 13, 1994 and released on July 18, 1994.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh 7500/100

Apple Macintosh 7500/100
1995
The 7500 was introduced alongside the 7200 and 8500 at the 1995 MacWorld Expo in Boston.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Performa 5300

Apple Macintosh Performa 5300
1995
The Power Macintosh 5000 series is a series of all-in-one (meaning the cases feature an integrated monitor) personal computers that are a part of Apple Computer's Macintosh LC, Power Macintosh and Macintosh Performa series of Macintosh computers.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 1400cs

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 1400cs
1995
Revised version of the Powerbook 1400 series...

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 5300cs

Apple Macintosh PowerBook 5300cs
1995
The PowerBook 5300 series was the first generation of PowerBook laptops manufactured by Apple Computer to use the PowerPC processor.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Power Macintosh 6100/60

Apple Power Macintosh 6100/60
3rd January 1995
The Apple Power Macintosh 6100/60 (PC), based on the PDM (Piltdown Man) architecture, features a 60 MHz PowerPC 601 processor, 8 MB or 16 MB of RAM, and a 160 MB or 250 MB hard drive in a compact, desktop case.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Performa 5200CD

Apple Macintosh Performa 5200CD
3rd April 1995
Introduced in April 1995, the original 5200s use a 75 MHz PowerPC 603 CPU.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Power Macintosh 7200/90

Apple Power Macintosh 7200/90
August 1995
The 7200 was introduced alongside the Power Macintosh 7500 and 8500 at the 1995 MacWorld Expo in Boston.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple eMate 300 Prototype designated A2015

Apple eMate 300 Prototype designated A2015
1996
Dubbed the eMate 300, the device was shipped with a solid dark green casing as opposed to the clear casing of this particular model.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Performa 5400/180

Apple Macintosh Performa 5400/180
February 1996
The Power Macintosh 5400 series (also sold under variations of the name Performa 5400 and Power Macintosh 5400 LC) is a range of lower midrange personal computers that are a part of Apple Computer's...

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Performa 6400/200

Apple Macintosh Performa 6400/200
7th August 1996
The Apple Macintosh Performa 6400/200 features a 200 MHz PowerPC 603e processor, 16 MB of RAM, a 2.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Twentieth Anniversary Edition

Apple Macintosh Twentieth Anniversary Edition
1997
Apple's Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh is a limited-edition personal computer that was released in 1997 in celebration of the company's 20th birthday.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Powerbook 3400c/200

Apple Powerbook 3400c/200
February 1997
The PowerBook 3400c was a laptop computer in the PowerBook line manufactured by Apple Computer from February to November 1997.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh Performa 5500/225

Apple Macintosh Performa 5500/225
17th February 1997
The Apple Power Macintosh 5500/225, based on the Gazelle architecture, features a 225 MHz PowerPC 603e processor, 32 MB of RAM, a 2.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple eMate

Apple eMate
7th March 1997
The eMate 300 was a personal digital assistant designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer to the education market as a low-cost laptop running the Newton operating system.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Newton MessagePad 2000

Apple Newton MessagePad 2000
21st March 1997
The Apple Newton MessagePad 2000, codenamed Q, features a 162 MHz StrongARM 110 processor, 4 MB or 8 MB of Mask ROM, 1 MB or 5 MB of RAM (1 MB of DRAM, 4 MB of Flash RAM), dual PCMCIA slots, dual-mod...

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G3 (Tray Loading, Lime)

Apple iMac G3 (Tray Loading, Lime)
15th August 1998
The iMac G3 was the first model of the iMac line of personal computers made by Apple Inc.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G3 DV (Slot Loading)

Apple iMac G3 DV (Slot Loading)
15th August 1998
The iMac G3 was the first model of the iMac line of personal computers made byApple Inc.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G3 (Tray Loading, Strawberry)

Apple iMac G3 (Tray Loading, Strawberry)
15th August 1998
The iMac G3 was the first model of the iMac line of personal computers made by Apple Inc.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G3 (Slot Loading, Indigo)

Apple iMac G3 (Slot Loading, Indigo)
15th August 1998
The iMac G3 was the first model of the iMac line of personal computers made by Apple Inc.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G3 (Tray Loading, Bondi Blue)

Apple iMac G3 (Tray Loading, Bondi Blue)
15th August 1998
The iMac G3 was the first model of the iMac line of personal computers made by Apple Inc.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Power Macintosh G3 300

Apple Power Macintosh G3 300
5th January 1999
Apple presents the Power Mac G4 Cube: a supercomputer miraculously engineered into an eight-inch cube, suspended in a stunning crystal-clear enclosure.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook G3

Apple Macintosh PowerBook G3
May 1999
Apple PowerBook G3 Series (Bronze Keyboard) Family number M5343 The PowerBook G3 is a line of laptop Macintosh computers made by Apple Computer between 1997 and 2000.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook G3/400

Apple Macintosh PowerBook G3/400
May 1999
Apple PowerBook G3 Series Family number M7572...

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iBook G3/300

Apple iBook G3/300
21st July 1999
The iBook G3/300 (Original/Clamshell), codenamed P1, features a 300 MHz PowerPC 750 (G3) processor, 32 MB or 64 MB of RAM, a 3.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Power Macintosh G4 400

Apple Power Macintosh G4 400
31st August 1999
The original Apple Power Mac G4, code name Yikes!

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G3/350 (Slot Loading - Blueberry)

Apple iMac G3/350 (Slot Loading - Blueberry)
5th October 1999
The Apple iMac G3/350 (Slot Loading - Blueberry, No Firewire), based on the Kihei architecture, features a 350 MHz PowerPC 750 (G3) processor, 512k backside level 2 cache, 64 MB of RAM, a 6.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G3/DV (Slot Loading - Dalmation)

Apple iMac G3/DV (Slot Loading - Dalmation)
5th October 1999
The Apple iMac G3/350 (Slot Loading - Blueberry, No Firewire), based on the Kihei architecture, features a 350 MHz PowerPC 750 (G3) processor, 512k backside level 2 cache, 64 MB of RAM, a 6.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G3/DV (Slot Loading - Graphite)

Apple iMac G3/DV (Slot Loading - Graphite)
5th October 1999
The Apple iMac G3/350 (Slot Loading - Blueberry, No Firewire), based on the Kihei architecture, features a 350 MHz PowerPC 750 (G3) processor, 512k backside level 2 cache, 64 MB of RAM, a 6.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh G4 Cube (M7886)

Apple Macintosh G4 Cube (M7886)
July 2000
Apple presents the Power Mac G4 Cube: a supercomputer miraculously engineered into an eight-inch cube, suspended in a stunning crystal-clear enclosure.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iBook M6497

Apple iBook M6497
2001
The iBook is a line of laptop computers sold by Apple Computer from 1999 to 2006.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G3 M5521 Indigo

Apple iMac G3 M5521 Indigo
2001
Apple iMac G3/400 (Early 2001 - Indigo) Specs Apple iMac G3 Indigo Early 2001The Apple iMac G3/400 (Early2001 - Indigo) -- for all intents and purposes a re-issue of the "Indigo" configuration of the...

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G3/500

Apple iMac G3/500
22nd February 2001
There were two different 600 MHz iMacs, one introduced in February 2001, the other in July.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G3 DV (Slot Loading Flower Power)

Apple iMac G3 DV (Slot Loading Flower Power)
August 2001
The iMac G3 was the first model of the iMac line of personal computers made byApple Inc.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G4

Apple iMac G4
2002
The iMac G4 was a computer that was produced by Apple from the beginning of 2002 to mid 2004.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G4 17

Apple iMac G4 17 "
2002
The iMac G4 was a computer that was produced by Apple from the beginning of 2002 to mid 2004.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G4

Apple iMac G4
2002
The iMac G4 was a computer that was produced by Apple from the beginning of 2002 to mid 2004.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G4/800

Apple iMac G4/800
17th July 2002
The Apple iMac G4/800 (Flat Panel) features an 800 MHz PowerPC 7445 (G4) processor with the AltiVec "Velocity Engine" vector processing unit and a 256k on-chip level 2 cache, 256 MB of RAM (PC133 SDRAM), a 60.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple eMac G4/1.0 (ATI)

Apple eMac G4/1.0 (ATI)
2003
PowerMac4,4 - Model A1002 - EMC 1955 The eMac, short for education Mac, is a Macintosh desktop computer made by Apple Inc.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Power Macintosh G4 1.42 DP (FW 800)

Apple Power Macintosh G4 1.42 DP (FW 800)
28th January 2003
The Apple Power Macintosh G4/1.42 DP (Firewire 800) features dual 1.42 GHz PowerPC 7455 (G4) processors each with the AltiVec "Velocity Engine" vector processing unit, 256k "on chip" level 2 cache, an...

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple Power Macintosh G5

Apple Power Macintosh G5
March 2003
Marketed by Apple as the first 64 Bit desk top computer, It was also the first desktop computer from Apple to use an anodised alluminion alloy enclosure, and one of only two computers in Apple's line...

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple PowerBook G4 17

Apple PowerBook G4 17" Model A1052
16th September 2003
The PowerBook G4/1.33 17" features a 1.33 GHz PowerPC 7447 (G4) processor with the AltiVec "Velocity Engine" vector processing unit and 512k on chip level 2 cache, 512 MB of PC2700 DDR SDRAM, an 80 GB...

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Portable Computer

Apple iBook G4

Apple iBook G4
22nd October 2003
This was one in a series of notebooks, called the ''snow'' machine, Apple added a PowerPC G4 chip to the iBook line on October 23, 2003, finally ending Apple’s use of the PowerPC G3 chip.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Apple iMac G5

Apple iMac G5
31st August 2004
The iMac G5 is an all-in-one desktop computer designed and built by Apple Inc.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Mac Mini A1103

Mac Mini A1103
22nd January 2005
Technical Specifications Processor and memory: 1.

Manufacturer : Apple Computers
Type : Computer

Apple Macintosh PowerBook G4 Model A1106

Apple Macintosh PowerBook G4 Model A1106
October 2005
The PowerBook G4, the last professional Apple notebook series to use the PowerPC processor, features ultrathin titanium or aluminum case designs.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer

Mac Mini A1176

Mac Mini A1176
28th February 2006 to 6th September 2006
Technical Specifications Processor and memory: 1.

Manufacturer : Apple Computers
Type : Computer

Replica Apple 1

Replica Apple 1
2018
A reproduced Apple 1 board, which has been reconstructed into a fully working machine by David Williams, who has done a superb job of populating the board, attaching it to a smart base and power supply, and also has supplied a full travel keyboard.

Manufacturer : Apple
Type : Computer


Date Event
24 Feb 1955 Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs is Born
1970 UNIX is developed
1974 Steve Jobs gains employment at Atari
3 Mar 1975 First meeting of the Homebrew Club
Apr 1976 Apple 1 Released
1 Apr 1976 Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne Found Apple Computer Inc.
5 Jun 1977 The Apple II launched
12 Aug 1977 Radio Shack announces TRS-80 computer
1978 VisiCalc Spreadsheet is born
11 May 1979 VisiCalc introduced
Jun 1979 Apple II+ Launched
Jun 1980 The Apple /// was announced
12 Dec 1980 Apple Computer’s Initial Share Offering
19 Jan 1983 Apple Lisa Launched
Apr 1983 Steve Jobs hires Pepsi's John Sculley as President of Apple
10 Nov 1983 Microsoft Introduces Windows
Jan 1984 Apple launches Macintosh 128K
1985 First Commodore Amiga released
1985 First Commodore Amiga Released
24 Sep 1985 Steve Jobs founds NeXT Computers Inc.
20 Nov 1985 Microsoft Windows Launched
Jan 1986 Apple Macintosh Plus launched
1987 Commodore release the Amiga 500 and the Amiga 2000
Mar 1987 Macintosh II released
1988 The NeXT (68030 CPU) computer is introduced after two years of research
Jan 1989 Apple introduces the Macintosh SE/30
Sep 1989 Apple Macintosh Portable Released
1990 Introduction of IBM RS/6000
1990 Commodore releases the Amiga 3000
28 Aug 1991 First E-mail From Space Is Sent from a Mac Portable
Oct 1991 Apple releases the PowerBook 100
6 Apr 1992 Microsoft Releases Windows 3.1
Aug 1993 Apple Newton Message Pad announced
3 Aug 1993 Introduction of Apple Newton PDA
Jan 1994 Yahoo founded January 1994
1996 Apple Computer buys NeXT
May 1998 Introduction of Apple iMac
Aug 1998 Apple Release the iMac
17 Oct 2001 Apple Launches a New Music Device - The iPod
22 Oct 2008 Android operating system released
26 May 2010 Apple Surpasses Microsoft as Most Valuable Technology Company
28 May 2010 Apple iPad Launched in the UK
25 Aug 2011 Steve Jobs retires as CEO of Apple
5 Oct 2011 Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple, dies age 56
28 Jan 2015 Apple posts biggest quarterly profit in history
9 Mar 2015 Apple reveals Apple Watch
26 Oct 2016 Business Lecture: Save the Princess - 26 October 2016
23 Jun 2018 Synthesized - 23 & 24 June 2018
22 Jun 2019 Synthesized - 22 & 23 June 2019

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