March 16, 1987: The Macintosh Reaches One Million in Sales

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    And I am proud to say that I was one of those million! :)
     
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    I wasn't even born yet. :p
     
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    haha. i was just over 2.5 years old. :)
     
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    I think I was at least three of them by then.

    Yes, that probably does make me a codger.
     
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    We bought our first computer in 1987, but it wasn't an Apple. It was an Acorn BBC computer. Acorn no longer exists, but their legacy of CPUs lives on in nearly every mobile device, including the iPhone. They invented the ARM processor.
     

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