Apple's innovationMac (1984)
The original Mac changed the world of personal computers. It was more user-friendly and intuitive than most other PCs at the time. It came with no hard drive (128K RAM) and cost $2,500. The Mac was the first commercially successful PC to use a GUI.iMac (1998)
The iMac was an all-in-one computer, no separate monitor, ratís nest of cords, or external drives. It also featured the Bondi blue color, two USB ports and an IR port. The iMac also was low priced and helped Apple emerge from some not-so-good financial times.iPod (2001)
Before the iPod, there was the Sony Walkman. Remember those days? Sure there were MP3 before the iPod, but the iPod continues to set the standard for digital music players. A 5GB iPod in 2001 cost $400. Models include iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano, iPod Classic, iPod Touch.iTunes (2001)
iTunes gave digital music lovers a way of playing and organizing their music and video files. It can connect to the iTunes Store to purchase music, videos, TV shows, apps and more.MacBook Pro (2006)
This was the first portable Mac to have an Intel processor. When first announced by Jobs at Macworld Expo, it lacked FireWire 800 and S-Video ports. New features included the built-in iSight webcam, an Apple Remote sensor, and a magnetic power connector designed to detach easily when pulled.iTunes Store (2003)
The iTunes Store has forever changed the music industry. There were more than 200,000 songs available the day the store launched in 2003 and more six billion songs have been sold since, accounting for 70 percent of worldwide digital music sales online.iPod touch (2007)
The iPod touch added a multitouch user interface to the classic iPod. It also was the first iPod to be able to access the iTunes Store wirelessly. The iPod touch and and iPhone share the same hardware and run the same OS, but the iPod touch lacks the phone and built-in camera.iPhone (2007)
Another revolutionary product, the iPhone has forever changed the way we use cell phones. Not only is it a phone, but it can take photos, send text messages, act as a portable media player, browse the Web, check e-mail, and more. Models of the iPhone include the original iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPhone 3G S.
When first released in 2007, the iPhone was priced at $599 (8 GB model) and $499 (4 GB model). One of the major gripes with the iPhone is that it is only available to customers who have cell phone plans with AT&T.iPhone 3GS (2009)
The iPhone 3GS does everything faster the than iPhone 3G. Other upgrades include 3-megapixel built-in camera, longer battery life, Multimedia Messaging Support (MMS), cut, copy and paste functionality, and turn-by-turn GPS.iPad (2010)
Apple unveiled its much-anticipated tablet today, calling it the iPad, a 10-inch touchscreen computer that looks like a giant iPhone. The iPad is designed for email, web browsing, photos, video, music, games and eBooks. It features the operating system from the iPhone, has the iTunes Store built in, weighs 1.5 pounds and is 0.5 inches deep.