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“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma -- which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” Steve Jobs 2005 Stanford Speech Steven Paul Jobs
Table of Contents Life (1) Life (1) Life Cont. (2) Life Cont. (2) Invention: Apple Lisa Invention: Apple Lisa Invention: iMac G3 Invention: iMac G3 Invention: iTunes Invention: iTunes Invention: iPod Classic Invention: iPod Classic Invention: iMac G4 Invention: iMac G4 Invention: iPad 1 st Generation Invention: iPad 1 st Generation Pictures
The Apple Lisa, released January 19, 1983 for $9,995. The Apple Lisa was the first personal computer to offer graphical user interface, made for individual business users. The Apple Lisa was a more advanced computer than Apple’s Macintosh line, because it included cooperative multitasking, protected memory, built in screen saver and hard disk based OS, just to name a few. 3 (Click picture to return to TOC)
Released August 15 1998, the iMac G3 was Steve Jobs’ first invention after returning back to Apple. It included 233 MHz PowerPC Processor, 32MB RAM, 15 inch display, and a 4GB Hard Drive. The iMac G3 was the introduction to Apple’s longest running computer line, lasting 13 years. The iMac also included internet connection capability and a futuristic clear rounded Bondi Blue case, which was a first for the time. On the right side the iMac featured I/O ports including, 2 USB 1.1, 1 Ethernet port and a 56k Modem. 4 (Click picture to return to TOC)
iTunes was released January 9, 2001 for the Mac platform and came natively on new Mac computers. iTunes was used for playing, downloading, saving and organizing music. Nine months later after release date iTunes added support for the iPod. 5 (Click picture to return to TOC)
The Classic iPod was released October 23 2001, in the colour Pure White. The iPod Classic had FireWire to connect to a computer and had a capacity of 5GB or 10GB, it was also priced at $399 for 5GB and $499 for 10GB. 6 (Click picture to return to TOC)
The iMac G4 was released January 7, 2002, it included a 15 inch LCD screen which was mounted on a steel adjustable arm. The iMac G4 includes a 700 MHz PowerPC processer, 128MB of RAM and a 40GB hard drive. The iMac G4 is known for its unique design and in some configurations the screen can look as if it is floating in mid-air. 6 (Click picture to return to TOC)
The iPad released, April 3 2010 in the colour of black and came in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB with both Wi-Fi and 3G. The CPU included is the A4 chip running at 1 GHz and 256 MB DDR RAM. The iPad includes a 9.7 inch display 1024x768. Apple’s first tablet computer was actually made in 1993 and was called Newton MessagePad 100. 7 (Click picture to return to TOC)
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