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Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by RedCroissant, Jan 1, 2016.
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Haha, yeah... those were the days. Apple had such a solid product lineup at that time. The eMac was such a great system for the price that I remember thinking the Mac Mini was a terrible system.
That was the peak of Apple's products. I miss those days. This was back when you could go into the Apple Store and there were real Apple users in there....not idiots buying $10k watches. It is a different world today in Apple land.
nostalgia at its finest.
Perhaps either Peabody & Sherman,
or better yet,
Dr Who needs to shanghai Tim Cook for a lectured blast to the past?
Can't deny that Apple is still innovative...along with its PR-marketing-distortion-field ways.
But the ongoing "thinner, quieter-thus-hotter, un-accessible-guts" trend seems to be a proprietary ideological triple-down.
Hmm....shanghai Jony Ive too.
Unfortunately, to be aware of forceable upgrades to enable the latest advantages is nothing new to long-time
Apple stock, Apple stock....A kingdom for Apple stock!!
...I was the fourth or fifth grade in 2004. I definitely remember my older brother having a lime green iPod mini! I remember being jealous too (especially because green was and still is my favorite color).
I had to wait until middle school to get my first Apple product, the second generation iPod nano! It had to have been in 2006, I think?
I definitely remember the plastic macbooks and the color clear see-through plastic mac machines and macbooks too.
Years and years ago I was jealous of all the people with iPods, one girl even had a first gen Shuffle with a USB connector on it! That had to have been like 2007 or so, I had a Game Boy micro at the time (other kids had the Game Body Advance SPs and the "cool" kids had Nintendo DSs with Mario Kart). Then I finally received a 4GB silver 3rd gen iPod Nano which I used for years and then everyone had iPod touches, I wanted one back then pretty bad!!
"Power Mac from $1799"
Cinema displays from $699! And now these can be found for a handful of dollars - and they're still great. Hooray!
Reminds me of a Jethro Tull tune.
Happy and I'm smiling
walk a mile to drink your water
You know I'd love to love you
and above you there's no other
We'll go walking out
while others shout of war's disaster
Oh, we won't give in
let's go living in the past