In 2017 we not only celebrate 40 years of Apple’s rebirth as a real business in the form of a Corporation, but also:
-) 40 years of the Apple II, Apple’s first mass-produced computer
-) 30 years of the Mac II, the first “open” Mac and the first post-Jobs computer for the rest of us and 30 years of HyperCard, Bill Atkinson’s higly influential multimedia hypertextual wonder tool
-) 25 years of Apple’s introduction of the PDA (not yet called Newton)
- -) 20 years of the launch of the PowerPC G3 line
-) 20 years of the “Think Different” campaign, which signalled the resurgence of Apple, and also Steve Jobs becoming CEO of the company he founded
-) 20 years since the first NeXT-powered OS for Macs and 20 years since Apple unveiled its online store, also powered by NeXT technology
-) 10 years of the iPhone, of course, and later on, 10 years of the iPhone’s little brother, the iPod touch
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