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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by connoisseur, Mar 8, 2008.
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Would have been cooler if the evolution were shown per product line, and this creation is also missing the short lived 15" flat screen monitor they released.
+ the newest iPod family
That is one amazing pic.
I feel like I've seen this before.
It's missing a lot more than that; The Quicktake cameras, the AV Displays for example. But Then the image would be huge if you had to include every product.
Although also shortlived, no iPod HiFi? Boo.
Big change at 1998 when Jobs and Ive started focussing on form factor...
It'd be a quieter picnic without the iPod HiFi...
Anyone knows who created it? So we can ask them for an updated version.
Last year I used it, I printed it and used it to wrap my father's iPhone last year, if sometimes I'm called an fanboy, well I don't know how can I call my father.
I think it was the greatest gift I ever gave him, and was nicely wrapped with that image.
Let's start measuring the amount of time when the Powerbook G5 and the iToster are requested...and the iPuck...iFart..bla..blah...blahh...
Jaguar Mark 1 picture
I was shocked to see that the MacPro last had a case redesign in 2003.
I think they might have a few engineers working on something new for that right now.
I don't think so, in there are many that aren't all-in-one macs, and they must. And better start with the Lisa as the ancient relative.
Honda CBR900RR specifications
very cool timeline thanks for sharing
I think Time Capsule is missing.
I loved the 2002 iMac.
maybe its just me, but i really love the design of the old cinema display
Mid 2007 iMac?
i laughed at macintosh portable..
lets see, from that list i've used:
97 power mac
98 power mac
99 power mac g3 and g4
power mac mirror
holy crap, i've used a lot of these.. and i'm only 19.. haha
Newton = iPhone/iPod Touch
I still believe that the Newton evolved into the iPhone (& iPod Touch)!
I remember watching the introduction of the iPhone and thinking ... STeve you ol bastard - you DID bring back the Newton! Glad he broke his promise because it evoked a necessary change in cellular provider thinking and OEM contracts & touchscreen device evolution.