What was your first Apple product?

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  1. Munyak macrumors member

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    I've always wanted the Red Hot Chili Peppers special edition iPod. I'll occasionally look on eBay to see if it's up! I'd still buy it right now if I could!
     
  2. ecschwarz macrumors 65816

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    My first? An Apple IIgs that was given to me...it was the odd duck 16-bit Apple II that used some Mac peripherals and had a GUI (with Finder!)

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    The next machine was a Macintosh SE (I picked it up used with an ImageWriter II, since the bundle was almost cheaper than getting just the printer from some resellers). That led to more and more older Macs until I finally decided it was time to jump into the world of OS X...
     
  3. steezy1337 macrumors 6502

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    pretty sure this was my first one, 80Gb 5th Gen iPod Video

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    after that it was 20" iMac 8,1, iBook g4, iPhone 3gs, iPhone4, iPad1, then finally a Black Macbook. i got the bug hard :p
     
  4. supercooled macrumors 6502a

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    Coolest iPod 4Life!

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    Loved it to death and little did I know it was the start of an obsession.
     
  5. cambookpro macrumors 603

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    Performa 5400

    Wasn't mine as such, but a family PC.

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    My first 'personal' device was an iPod mini 1st gen blue.
     
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    Make that 10GB and you'd have mine. :) Still works today if plugged in...
     
  12. Alvesang macrumors regular

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    This little 1 GB shuffle started the addiction. :)
     

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    My first Apple product was an iPod Classic. It was given to me but I never used it because it was given to me damaged. And the battery didn't work.

    Then I bought the 1st gen iPod Touch. Never used it quite a lot.

    Few months back I won a iP4, and 12 hrs later an iP3GS.
    Those are a bit better than my first iPod :p
     
  15. 03jcrhr macrumors member

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    My dad won a 1st Gen iPod Nano in Black and was kind enough to give it to me.

    Does anyone remember the pouches iPods used to come with? I always used it, I think its a shame Apple stopped supplying them.
     
  16. Cripps macrumors regular

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    Mine was early Apple II in 1978.

    Released: April 1977
    Price: US $1298 with 4K RAM
    US $2638 with 48K RAM
    CPU: MOS 6502, 1.0 MHz
    RAM: 4K min, 48K max
    Display: 280 X 192, 40 X 24 text
    6 colors maximum
    Ports: composite video output
    cassette interface
    8 internal expansion slots
    Storage: generic cassette drive
    external 143K floppy (1978)
    OS: Woz Integer BASIC in ROM
     
  17. kokako macrumors regular

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    my first product was an iPod (now called classic) it was the 30gb model with the touch wheel and 4 buttons (illuminated red) I bought late 2003, the next thing I bought was a Powerbook G4 in April 2004 at the same time a blue iPod mini.
     
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  19. aawil macrumors 6502a

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    iPod 20GB, had no idea at the time how much that one purchase would change everything, at that point macs weren't appealing to me, I can't imagine going back to windows after 5 years with macs

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  20. Dr Kevorkian94 macrumors 68020

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    i was going to get an ipod when i was in like 8th grade but saved up and got an iphone instead, i was happy :D
     
  21. mazdatree macrumors newbie

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    2nd generation 10gb iPod

    like this one:

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    Sadly, I traded it for my 1st gen iPod Touch.
     
  22. 50voltphantom, Jul 3, 2011
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    50voltphantom macrumors regular

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    5th gen iPod 30GB (easily one of the best iPod designs IMO)

    This coupled with using my parents eMac whenever I visited greatly influenced my wife and I's decision to leave Windows behind when our Gateway laptop died.

    then it was:

    our 2008 20" iMac
    wife's iPod Nano 4th gen
    my iPod Classic 120 GB
    my 2nd gen iPod Shuffle 1 GB
    OS X Snow Leopard
    our Apple TV2
    my 1.42 GHz eMac (RIP)
    iLife '11
    Magic Trackpad
    2nd gen iPad 16GB

    (Edit: ACTUALLY, I just realized the first Apple product I owned was my 400 MHz iMac G3 (with Airport wifi!) which my wife got from her work for $25. She called me one day asking if I wanted another computer (I was using my Sony VAIO from college still at the time) and I said "Sure, why not, for $25". She took it home and it basically just sat there, unused, eventually taking up residence on the floor in our garage for 3 years or more in all the dirt, dust, humidity, and temperature extremes that come with a midwestern garage environment. Having been thoroughly bit by the Apple Bug after owning a modern iMac for a couple years, I suddenly remembered I still had that old G3 in my garage. So one quiet evening I resurrected it from underneath my workbench in the garage and got a damp cloth, paper towels,Windex, and a cold beer and wiped off all the years of grime and dust it had collected. I hooked up the mouse and keyboard, crossed my fingers and hit the power button... BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNGGGGGG! I couldn't believe this thing actually booted up (OS X Panther). I then promptly went about updating the OS and web browser to greatest extent possible. At this point I was determined to actually find a purpose for this thing. I did some research as to the machines capabilities and history and tracked down a copy of Tiger to install, maxed out the RAM (1 GB), and even found an iSub to complete the setup. With our primary computer set up in the bedroom at the time, I set this machine up in our living room for use as a casual web browser and jukebox. Since then, I have installed a larger HD and used it for back-ups and even to record rough demos of my band. In fact I'm using it to play music as I type this. I had so much fun learning more about Mac hardware and software by working on this machine I swear it was fate or something that I came to own it.
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  23. entropi macrumors 6502

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    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_3 like Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8J2 Safari/6533.18.5)

    bought used: macintosh classic 4 mb RAM, 20 mb HD, Mac OS 6.0.8.

    bought new: iMac rev B (via monthly payments via employer) own cash, direct: Pismo PowerBook G3 500 mhz (probably my best purchase ever, used it really much over 5 years...)
     
  24. ugru macrumors 6502

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    Powerbook G4 Titanium, 2001, System 9.

    That was an Awesome machine....

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