In a garage in Los Altos, California, in 1976, two young college dropouts and some friends assembled and soldered 500 motherboards by hand to be sold by a local hobbyist electronics shop. Thirty years later, Steve Jobs' and Steve Wozniak's Apple Computer has produced hundreds of computer models, and introduced to the world a string of groundbreaking products, from the first PDA to the iPod.
So begins Wired News' look at 30 Years of Apple Products, with an accompanying photo gallery.
I'm not even trying to blog Apple's birthday beyond this post. You know, April Fool's Day and all.
Bonus: Apple's legendary (and somewhat controversial) 1984 commercial.
Posted by ronn at March 31, 2006 10:58 PM