Apple Personal Computer

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  • The Apple Lisa

    The Apple Lisa
    Apple releases their first user operated personal computer known as the Apple Lisa. Designed after, and with the help of Xerox, the Apple Lisa was the first personal computer that incorporated Xerox’s PARC and Alto next-generations technologies. The Apple Lisa was manufactured by IBM and sold at an astonishing price of almost $10,000 at its release, by the end of the first year the price of the Apple Lisa had dropped to $6,995. The Apple Lisa
  • The Mac II

    The Mac II
    After almost 7 years in development Apple releases the Mac II. The first of its kind to support color display as well as the user friendly Mac SE operating system, a tremendous upgrade from the Apple Lisa. The Mac II came complete with mouse, base, color screen, qwerty keyboard, and surprisingly reaches over 1 million users within the first year sky rocketing their popularity and loyalty to the dependable Mac II.
  • The First iBook

    The First iBook
    The iBook is a line of laptop computers sold by Apple Computer from 1999 to 2006. The first design of the iBook was known as the “Clamshell”, was influenced by the design of Apple’s popular iMac line at the time. The iBook was released on June 21, 1999. The machine model was powerbook 2.1 and processor at 3000MHz or 366 MHz PowerPC G3 (750). iBook was introduced as a low-cost portable Mac for the consumer market. It did lacked firewire ports, video out, and even a microphone, but it did introduc
  • First Generation iPod

    First Generation iPod
    Apple released their first mp3 player at a whopping $400 dollars. Many criticized Apple for the device’s lack of Windows compatibility. The completed product featured an operating system from Pixo, 5 GB of Toshiba hard drives, ARM processors, a lithium polymer battery, a large, high-resolution display, and lastly, it’s scroll wheel. A 10 GB, and later, 20 GB model of the iPod were released the following year, as was a model compatible with Windows PC through MusicMatch.
  • The MacBook Pro

    The MacBook Pro
    After almost 7 years in development Apple releases the Mac II. The first of its kind to support color display as well as the user friendly Mac SE operating system, a tremendous upgrade from the Apple Lisa. The Mac II came complete with mouse, base, color screen, qwerty keyboard, and surprisingly reaches over 1 million users within the first year sky rocketing their popularity and loyalty to the dependable Mac II.
  • The First iPhone

    The First iPhone
    First iphone was released on June 29, 2007. First iPhone sold for $499. 6.1 million Units were sold. Jobs wanted to create a phone without physical keyboard and mouse. A phone with muilt-touch touchscreen to interact with a computer in a way in which we could be directly onto the display. The first iPhone was marketed as running “OS X”. The name of the operating system was revealed as iPhone OS.
  • iPod Touch (4th Generation iPod)

    iPod Touch (4th Generation iPod)
    Apple unveiled a new lineup of iPod products, including the 4th generation iPod, also known as the iPod Touch. With similar looks and features to the iPhone, the iPod touch ran OS X, and became available with either 8 GB or 16 GB of flash memory. Today, the iPod Touch can be purchased with up to 32 GB. Originally the price of the iPod Touch was set at $299 for 8 GB of memory and $399 for 16 GB. Currently, a 16 GB iPod touch goes for $199, and a 32 GB for $249.
  • The Apple Ipad 2010

    The Apple Ipad 2010
    Announced in January 2010, Apple announced the iPad as the first device in an entirely new market, making the claim that it would be better at many tasks than either smartphones or traditional laptops. The iPad was based around an Apple-designed system-on-a-chip, called the A4. The A4 was based on an ARM Cortex-9 CPU, included an integrated GPU, and was extremely energy-efficient.