What was your first Apple product?

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  1. ttttaylor macrumors regular

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    - pretty sure it was the macintosh classic that my family had when i was a very small youngster. i remember playing the one or two games it had on its black and white screen and ugly beige keyboard :D

    then my family went into it's windows phase :rolleyes:

    - first apple product i actually owned was a silver ipod mini

    - first apple computer i actually owned was a mid-2009 whitebook
     

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  3. EBreakingWave macrumors member

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    Bought it will the ads were still frequent on tv. Never heard of an iPod until that time.
    My gf has it now and still works fine! Even has a row of dead pixels going across the top part of the screen lol :D
     
  4. sysiphus macrumors 6502a

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    Macintosh IIsi

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    Fantastic little computer; it was my main machine until 2002, although I did use my father's newer Acer then Dell to explore the WWW.
     
  5. HunterMaximus macrumors member

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    3rd Gen. iPod, 15GB
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    Perhaps it's nostalgia-related, but I always liked the design. Fully touch based may have been annoying at times given the lack of tactile feedback, but it was very cool at the time. And the red backlit buttons looked cool.
     
  6. Samuriajackon macrumors 6502

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    I had the same one that my dad bought in the 80's. The First machine I BOUGHT was an LC 3 i think...
     
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    iPod Touch - 1st Gen - 32GB

    Only had it for a year - then gave it to my girlfreind when I picked up my new iPhone 4 ;)
     
  9. joleel7 macrumors member

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    Newton MessagePad 120 iPhone grand father :)
     

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    I had an iBook G3 800mhz that I purchased in February of 2003. I loved that thing, except it had the dreaded logic board failures. After 5 replacements and 3 years, Apple replaced it with an iBook G4 1.33. I still have that one.

    2 months after I bought the iBook G3, I purchased a 20GB 3rd Gen iPod. I still use it at work. The battery isn't that great, but it still plays tunes fine!

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  11. duncanapple macrumors 6502

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    Well, my family had an Apple IIc back in the day, but that was followed by years of clone PCs. My own personal first apple product was a 12inch iBook G4, followed shortly there after by an ipod Mini. Its been all :apple: since :)
     
  12. macgeek18 macrumors 68000

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    I have one of those sitting in my corner running OS 7.5. :)
     
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  14. jennyp macrumors 6502

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    First Mac was a Macintosh SE. I remember being overjoyed when I upgraded to one with a 40MB disk. I thought I had an insane amount of space. Oh God, memories...
     
  15. Delexo macrumors member

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    2nd Gen iPod Nano. 2GB and I was overjoyed when I got it. Unfortunately it broke after a year or so, can't remember what happened to it, and the store replaced it with a blue 2nd Gen iPod Nano but this time it was a 4GB one so I was even more chuffed.

    I sold it last year and I actually regret it slightly as it was a fantastic device.
     
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    Love it but then my then gf decided to kill it. Needs a new battery and hard drive. Been looking to restore but its quite expensive to do it.
     
  18. AppleCode macrumors regular

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    Ipod nano2nd gen, still have it .
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    Then I got a macbook pro :D
     
  19. Sodner macrumors 68020

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    Sad but.....

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    Look at my sig -- as since then I have become quite the Apple fan. :apple:
     
  20. angelnilo macrumors member

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    i have the same one, works EXCELLENT!
    mine has no dead pixels. :D
     
  21. angelnilo macrumors member

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    i went from an iPod Video, to an iPod touch, to an iPhone 3G, then to a MacBook Pro, and finally to the iPhone 4.
    its funny that once you touch an iPod it just seems like natural progression to get a MacBook / iMac. :D:apple:;)
     
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    33mhz CPU, 16MB of ram, 150MB hard drive, and OMGWTFBBQ CDs hold 650MB - that's (#*$ing INSANE!!! Oh yes, and 2400 baud modem, yeah, baud.
     

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    Apple 2+. My first bought was a 2e

    I actually worked for apple supporting the performa line....


    I'm old.
     
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