In a garage in Los Altos, California,
in 1976, two young college dropouts and some friends assembled and
soldered 500 motherboards by hand to be sold by a local hobbyist
electronics shop.

Thirty years later, Steve Jobs’ and Steve Wozniak’s
Apple Computer has produced hundreds of computer models, and introduced
to the world a string of groundbreaking products, from the first PDA to
the iPod.


This monster gallery of Apple’s computers features most of the major
products from the last three decades, and is adapted from the vast
library at Apple-History.com. The most notable exception is the Performa line, which were often less-expensive, re-branded siblings of other machines.

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Photo credit: Barkley Anderson