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The evolution of the Macintosh (and the iMac)

The Evolution of the Macintosh
The Evolution of the Macintosh [slideshow cover]

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It’s been more than 30 years since the arrival of Apple’s Macintosh computer — the Mac — which has evolved substantially, especially over the past decade. (And as of today, it’s been 20 years since the first iMac was unveiled.) From only 128KB of memory in the first Mac (to an optional 128GB in the latest iMac Pro), Apple has continually redefined its products from design and aesthetics to functionality and productivity. The Mac now accounts for 7.5% of the declining PC market, with sales continuing to outperform sales of Windows PCs. Here we take a look at the Mac’s evolution throughout the past three decades, with a focus on the rapid changes of the last decade or so, especially as the iMac grew and evolved beyond its original gumdrop design.

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