How the second generation of PowerPC CPUs first stumbled and then successfully jumped aboard Macintosh laptops, satellites and many other devices.
A list of Apple products appearing in the “Death Note” manga, chapter by chapter, with technical notes and pictures.
Despite an official sendoff, the “old” OS has refused to rest “in the great bit bucket in the sky” where Apple and its iCEO so hastily tried to put it.
How Jim Reekes had to rename a Macintosh system sound and ended up creating a masterpiece of Apple folklore
The iMac G5, launched ten years ago, was not only a masterpiece of technological miniaturization but also a statement in design simplicity, the latest step in a path started in 1984.
A video from the EG Conference starring the artist who, in the early 80s, conceived and drew much of the initial iconography for the “computer for the rest of us”.
From 1988 a computer-animated funny short created by Apple (and Pixar people) to show off the graphics prowess of their Macintosh II line of computers.
The story of the first commercial incarnation (and distribution) of a Macintosh program which later became synonymous with digital photoretouching.
In June 2004 Grady Booch interviewed Bill Atkinson and Andy Hertzfeld for the Computer History Museum. His last question for the creators of the Macintosh was about how we will use computers in the future. >> Leggi il resto “Stories of Apple – The future of personal computing according to Bill Atkinson and Andy Hertzfeld”
From 1992 to 1998 Apple tried yet again to expand its user base and market share with a bold but ultimately doomed strategy based on a new line of low cost Macintoshes. >> Leggi il resto “Stories of Apple – The Performas”
The former Senior Vice President of Apple speaks about Steve Jobs, product markting and more. >> Leggi il resto “Stories of Apple – A chat with Jay Elliot”
From managing Apple Media Tool to working on HyperCard and QuickTime.
The former project manager of Apple Multimedia Tool recounts an exclusive history of Apple's little known authoring package.
How the smaller and trendier device added further momentum to the iPod.
Woz signed the case and the certificate but behind the ambitious Apple IIgs were the efforts of twelve key Apple engineers and managers.
In 1997 York, after becoming part of the new board of directors, was featured in a video speaking about the company and about the concepts of Reality, Experience, Focus and Passion. This is what he said.
In January Apple let go forty people from the Final Cut Pro teams: can such a move be the death of a software project? Looking back the answer is probably no, not really.
These were the names of the four main developers of the System 6 Finder. But who were these people? And what else did they do at Apple?
At the 2008 World Wide Developer Conference Apple made a small but significant move: it removed the “Mac” prefix from Mac OS X.
The braeburncapital.com url redirects to Apple’s main website. Why? Who is this Braeburn Capital and what relationship does it have with Apple?