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A Evolução da Apple

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A lista de produtos a seguir não se trata de uma lista completa (com todos os produtos Apple), ainda assim, é certo que são imagens muito importantes, que refletem além de tudo a capacidade humana de buscar inovações em suas diferentes épocas. Vale lembrar que focamos apenas os produtos que foram mais apreciados em seu tempo.

 

 

1977

apple-ii2.jpgApple II

 

1980

 

apple31.jpgApple III

 

1983

apple_lisa.jpgLisa / Macintosh XL

1984

apple_iicb.jpgApple IIc

macintosh128.jpgMacintosh

apple_macintosh_plus_keyboa.jpgMacintosh Teclado

macintoshmice.jpgMacintosh Mouse

1986

apple_iigs.jpgApple IIGS

macplus.jpgMacintosh Plus

macplus.jpgApple Desktop Mouse

macplus.jpgAppleColor RGB

1987

macii.jpgMacintosh II

macii.jpgMacintosh SE

1989

macintosh_portable1.jpgMacintosh Portable

1990

macintosh_iifx.jpgMacintosh IIfx

macintosh_classic.jpgMacintosh Classic

apple_extended_keyboard.jpgTeclado com expansão numérica

1991

macintosh_iifx.jpgPowerBook 100

macintosh_iifx.jpgQuadra 700

1992

macintosh_iifx.jpgPowerBook Duo

1993

powerbook-76625.jpgPowerBook 180C

powerbook-76625.jpgQuadra 800

powerbook-76625.jpgApple Macintosh LC 500

apple-adb-mouse.jpgADB Mouse II

1994

powerbook-76625.jpgQuadra 630

powerbook-76625.jpgPowerBook 540c

1997

twentieth_anniversary_macin.jpgVigésimo Aniversário Macintosh (TAM)

wallstreetii.jpgPowerBook G3

applenewton_emate300.jpg

1998

applenewton_emate300.jpgiMac “Sabores”

applenewton_emate300.jpgApple Studio Display

apple_usb_keyboard_b.jpgTeclado iMacs

1999

 

powerbook-76625.jpgPower Mac G4

ibook99.jpgiBook

2000

ibook99.jpgApple Cinema Display 22

appleprokeyboard.jpgTeclado Apple Pro

2001

ibook99.jpgiBook G3 Dual USB

ibook99.jpg iPod – Primeira Geração

2002

imacg4.jpgiMac G4

ibook99.jpgiPod – Segunda Geração

2003

ibook99.jpgPower Mac G5

ibook99.jpgiPod – Terceira Geração

2004

ibook99.jpgApple Cinema Displays

ibook99.jpgiBook G4

ibook99.jpgiPod – Quarta Geração

2005

ibook99.jpgiMac G5

ibook99.jpgMighty Mouse Wireless

ibook99.jpgMac Mini

ibook99.jpgiPod – Quinta Geração

ibook99.jpgiPod Shuffle

ipodnano1g.jpgiPod Nano – Primeira Geração

 

2006

ibook99.jpgMac Pro

ibook99.jpgMacBook

ibook99.jpgMacBook Pro

ibook99.jpgiPod Shuffle

ibook99.jpgiPod Nano – Segunda Geração

2007

ibook99.jpgiMac (Intel)

ibook99.jpgAtual Teclado Apple

ibook99.jpgiPod -Sexta Geração

ibook99.jpgiPod Nano – Terceira Geração

ibook99.jpgiPod Touch

ibook99.jpgiPhone 3G

2008

ibook99.jpgMacBook Air

ibook99.jpgMacBook

ibook99.jpgMacBook Pro

ibook99.jpgLED Cinema Display de 24

ibook99.jpgiPod Shuffle em Cor

ibook99.jpgiPod Nano – Quarta Geração

...

Os avanços tecnológicos da Apple simplesmente são “Incríveis”, a Apple tem sido responsável pela maior parte da concepção inovadora de características funcionais e “amigável ao usuário” ‘user friendly’ aplicadas a computadores, computadores portáteis e telefonia que temos visto recentemente no mercado.

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