Apple unveiled the latest edition to the iMac line of personal computers July 19, 2000. The iMac models come in new colors: dark blue, emerald, deep red and white. The last time Apple updated its line of brightly colored iMacs was in October 1999. The machine, credited with helping Apple rebound from years of declining market share, is two years old this summer.
Apple's Latest Product The Imac. The New Personal Computer, Which Goes On Sale On Aug. 15, 1998 Has Already Won Popular Acclaim For Its Creative Design And Its Refreshing Departure From The Computer Industry Standard Of Boring Beige Boxes. The Imac Combines The Computer And The Monitor In One Unit That Brings To Mind A Beach Ball, Making It, In Effect, An Updated Version Of The Original One-Piece Macintosh.
Woman at computer viewing photograph of Golden Gate Bridge taken w. Apple's QuickTake 100 camera that uses Kodak sensor instead of film to make electronic images for instant viewing on MacIntosh computers (2nd in series of 2).
Apple Mac portable computer model M5126, made by Apple Computers Inc, USA. The Apple Macintosh was designed by Steve Jobs to be as 'user-friendly' as possible. Jobs wanted to produce an 'appliance computer' that clients could unpack, plug in and start to use with very little computer knowledge. It was also designed to use a graphical display rather than the standard text-based display previously used. The Mac was an instant success and continued to be popular as Jobs had ensured that plenty of computer software had been designed for use with the machine.