Evolution of Apple Computers

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Evolution of Apple Computers

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The original Apple Computer, also known as the Apple-1, is a personal computer released by the Apple Computer Company (now Apple Inc.) in 1976.They were designed and hand-built by Steve Wozniak

Evolution of Apple Computers.by: Kirsten Johnson & Kiera Eubanks

The Apple III was a relatively conservative design for computers of the era. Steve Jobs did not want the computer to have a fan; By removing the fan from the design, the Apple III was prone to overheating. This caused the integrated circuit chips to disconnect from the motherboard. Thousands of Apple III computers were recalled

A new iMac based on the G5 processor was unveiled August 31, 2004 and was made available in mid-September. This model dispensed with the base altogether, placing the CPU and the rest of the computing hardware behind the flat-panel screen, which is suspended from a streamlined aluminum foot. This new iMac, was the world's thinnest desktop computer, measuring in at around two inches

Apple's elegantly redesigned MacBook offered strong performance, excellent ergononics, and good battery life .

iMac features an ultrathin all-in-one design, beautiful widescreen display, the latest processors and graphics, and advanced storage options.

In 1998, Apple introduced the Power Mac G4,

The Apple IIGS is the fifth and most powerful model in the Apple II series of personal computers produced by Apple Computer. The GS in the name stands for Graphics and Sound, referring to its enhanced multimedia capabilities

In early 2002, Apple unveiled a completely redesigned iMac, using the G4 processor and LCD display. The new iMac G4 design had a white hemispherical base and a flat panel all-digital display supported by a swiveling chrome neck.


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