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The Macintosh 128K. Original selling price US$2,495. Ran on a Motorola 68000 microprocessor connected to a 128 kB DRAM by a 16-bit data bus. Came with keyboard and mouse and had black and white peripherals. Was originally released as the “Apple Macintosh” but was referred to as “Macintosh 128K” after the Macintosh 512K was later released. Original release date: January 24, 1984.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the Macintosh.

The Macintosh 128K. Original selling price US$2,495. Ran on a Motorola 68000 microprocessor connected to a 128 kB DRAM by a 16-bit data bus. Came with keyboard and mouse and had black and white peripherals. Was originally released as the “Apple Macintosh” but was referred to as “Macintosh 128K” after the Macintosh 512K was later released. 
Original release date: January 24, 1984.

Today marks the 30th anniversary of the Macintosh.

Commercial for the Apple Macintosh inspired by George Orwell’s “1984”. Aired on January 22, 1984 during the third quarter of SuperBowl XVIII on CBS. 

Today marks the 30th anniversary of the ad campaign.

The demo of the original Macintosh. 

The original iPod. Used FireWire connection and featured a mechanical scroll wheel. Only compatible with Mac. Released in 5GB and 10GB models. Official release date October 23, 2001.
Today marks the 12th anniversary of the iPod.

The original iPod. Used FireWire connection and featured a mechanical scroll wheel. Only compatible with Mac. Released in 5GB and 10GB models. Official release date October 23, 2001.

Today marks the 12th anniversary of the iPod.

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iOS Fragmentation Puts Android To Shame

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iOS Fragmentation Puts Android To Shame

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Apple wants you to know that Steve Jobs wasn’t just into the idea of iBooks and an iBookstore, but was intimately involved in its product design and launch in the fall of 2009 and early 2010.

For instance:

  • The “page curls” in the iBook app, which show up when you flip an iBook’s page? That’s…