History of Apple
The MacBook Pro of today owes a lot to the machines that came before it. In particular, 2001's Titanium PowerBook G4.
While the Apple TV may be making headlines this month, even the original box previewed in 2006 wasn't Apple's first major foray into television. For that, we need to take a trip to 1993.
The eMac G4 was a unique — but mostly forgettable — 2000s-era Macintosh, designed for the classroom.
Apple's used the all-in-one design for Mac models from day one, but the concept has evolved heavily since 1984.
After completing the move from OS 9 to OS X, Steve Jobs announced another transition for the Mac: the switch to Intel
While the Apple of today sells more accessories than ever, the company has been in the business of add-ons for decades. Here a few of my strange and obscure favorites.
This month on Apple History, Stephen Hackett looks back at the computer with an attitude: The iMac G4.
Sold with a $200 premium, the "BlackBook" ushered in the use of darker materials in Apple's Mac line.
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