Evolution of the Apple Mac Desktop Computer

Timeline created by 16mizard
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    Evolution of the Apple All in One Computer

  • Apple II was invented

    Apple II was invented
    Scene Description: The Apple II was the first computer with a color display. This was why Apple Created it’s rainbow logo. It had only 1 mHz of processing speed. It did not have a hard drive so It stored memory on floppy disks. This computer was first created in April 1977 and terminated in May 1979. It's cost was $1,298.
  • Mac XL

    Mac XL
    Scene Description: This was still a pre-Macintosh computer but contained many upgraded features. The computer had a number pad as well as It had a 5 mHz processor. It now had 5 mb hard drive and two Floppy ports. Introduced in January 1983 and they stopped production August 1986. Very few were bought because it’s price was $10,000.
  • Mac 512k

    Mac 512k
    Scene Description: This was the first macintosh with the computer and the tower built-in. The number pad was removed. The storage capacity is 400kb of internal floppys The first OS for Mac was created as well as finder 1.1. This computer was introduced in September 1984 and was put out of production in April 1986.
  • iMac G3

    iMac G3
    Scene Description: The speed of this revolutionary computer was 233 mHz. It was introduced in August 1998 and production was stopped January 1999. These computers’ target customer was the average citizen.
  • iMac G4

    iMac G4
    Scene Description: This was a revolutionary design with it’s swivel design but it did not last long in the mac as this computer was only in production for four years from 2000-2004. This was the first edition of apple’s edition of a “thin” computer.
  • iMac 2012

    iMac 2012
    Scene Description: This is the newest version of the iMac which has some of the best features of any computer to date. It has 1 Tb of a hard drive and a 3.1 Ghz processor. It contains many ports for connection such as USB ports. It has Hi-Def speakers and has an upgraded touchpad and mouse.