History of Apple

You’ll learn all the information about Apple and its history from the beginning to our days. Everything you have always wanted to ask and learn about Apple. Enjoy your reading!

Apple Serial Number: Why Is It Important

The Apple serial number is not just a string of digits and letters. It reveals a lot of useful information about your device, information you can’t obtain through any other means. The serial number shows the date and location of manufacture. It can be very helpful if you need to find spare parts or you need to track down the factory your device came from. (more…)

Apple Carnegie Library in Washington, D.C.

Washington D.C.’s Carnegie Library – donated by Andrew Carnegie on Mount Vernon Square in 1903 – was no ordinary library; it was a historical landmark. Not only was it the district’s first public library, but it was also Washington D.C.’s first desegregated public building.


History of Apple – First Quarter 2019 Timeline

In the first quarter 2019, Apple still leads the world in innovation and provides seamless experiences across its devices and empowers users with its breakthrough products including updated iMac line, new AirPods, the second generation of the world’s favorite wireless headphones and new services including Apple TV+, Apple News+, Apple Card and much more. (more…)

Most Expensive Products Apple Has Ever Sold

Everyone knows that Apple has always been know for its priciest products. From Macs to iPhones, from iPads to chargers, if a device or accessory is coming from Apple, it will one of the most expensive options on the market. (more…)

History of Apple (2018)

In 2018, Apple still leads the world in innovation and provides seamless experiences across its devices and empowers users with its breaktrough services including Apple Music, iCloud, App Store, Apple Pay and more. (more…)

History of iMac

Apple designed its first iMac as the first Macintosh computer as a machine without a floppy disk drive, but with a USB port. With USB port being a cross-platform, users could connect to hardware compatible with both x86 Pcs and Macs. USB has allowed Macintosh users to select from a large selection of devices marketed for the Wintel PC platform, such as hubs, scanners, storage devices, USB flash drives, or mice. Later Apple gradually remove older peripheral interfaces and floppy drives from the rest of its product line. (more…)

History of Apple (2017)

In 2017, with more than 100,000 employees working for the company, Apple still leads the world in innovation and provides seamless experiences across its devices and empowers users with its breaktrough services including Apple Music, iCloud, App Store, Apple Pay and more. (more…)

Some of Apple’s Clones

While the first Apple II clones were generally exact copies of their Apple counterparts that competed mainly on price, many Apple’s clones had extra capabilities too. For example, a Franklin model, the Ace 1000, sported a numeric keypad and lower-case long before these features were added to the Apple II line. Finally, most of the clone manufacturers chose to stop production on their own once the IBM PC became popular since it was possible to make legitimate clones of the PC which would not violate any of IBM’s patents or copyrights. (more…)

Apple Commercial Advertisement

Apple started its advertising company as early as 1976, when Steven Wozniak contacted Mike Markkula. Mike Markkula was a retired Intel Marketing Manager, and Steven Wozniak asked him to provide the funds for the very first Apple Computer publicity. From 1977 to 1981, Apple used the “Regis McKenna” agency for its advertisements and marketing. Regis McKenna’s advertising operations division appeared later (in 1981) acquired by “Chiat/Day” advertising agency. “Chiat/Day”, which itself merged later in 1995 with TBWA Worldwide company, a part of the global marketing group Omnicom. Back in 1981, “Chiat/Day” acquired Regis McKenna’s advertising operations. (more…)

Apple IIgs

The Apple IIgs (also known as Apple //gs) was the last member of the Apple II (//) line of computers. This model was also the most powerful machine in this line. This computer was built around a Western Design Center 65C816 processor running at either 2.8 or 1 Mhz; and included expanded graphics and sound functions. (more…)

Apple IIc and Apple IIc+

Apple IIc (also known as Apple //c), the first compact and portable model in the Apple lineup, was itroduced in April of 1984. The Apple //c+ was introduced in 1988, with a 4 MHz 65C02, RAM expandable to over 1 MB, a larger ROM, and an optional internal 800 kB 3.5-inch drive. (more…)

Apple IIe – All computer information and tech specs

The Apple IIe (also known as Apple ][e or as Apple //e) was one of the most successful Apple computers ever. This model was based on the 6502 processor, which could run at 1.02 MHz and came with 64K of RAM and 16 or 32K ROM. The Apple IIe worked on BASIC, an assembly language interface, as well as on several other hard-coded options. The company used the name Apple //e from 1984, coinciding with the release of the Apple //c model. (more…)

Apple II Plus

Apple II Plus (known also as Apple ][ +) is a computer from the Pre-Macintosh family of Apple Computers. This model was an updated version of the Apple II and came with 48K RAM, as well as a new auto-start ROM for easier start-up and screen editing. Altogether, except for improved graphics, disk-booting support in the ROM, and the removal of the 2k 6502 assembler/disassembler to make room for the floating point BASIC, the Apple II+ was otherwise identical to the original Apple II model. (more…)

Postage Stamps and Computers

Postage stamps and computers: Stamps collecting is a popular hobby, and that’s why stamps are often produced as collectibles. Usually a small paper rectangle that is attached to an envelope, the postage stamp signifies that the person sending the letter or package has prepaid for delivery. So using postage stamps is the most popular alternative to using a prepaid-postage envelope. In fact, stamps have been issued in many shapes besides the usual square or rectangle, including triangular, circular, pentagonal or even in the shape of fruit. Today, many countries issue stamps which reflect the new technology era with computers, IT personalities or computer related events honored on these stamps. Here comes the complete history of the stamps dedicated to this amazing world of electronic items : (more…)

History of Apple 2015 – The Most Significant Events

The year 2015 was great for Apple. The 12-inch MacBook, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, Apple Pay, Apple Music, Beats 1, Apple Watch, gave the world plenty to talk about. And App Store rings in 2015 with new records. In this text we look at the complete list of what Apple did back in 2015. (more…)

History of Apple (2014)

Here, we look back at the highs and lows of Apple’s 2014. Apple launched two new iPhones, revealed the Apple Watch, and revamped both its operating systems. Find out what happened to Apple in 2014, when the company celebrated 30 years of the Mac. (more…)