May 6, 1998: Steve Jobs unveils the iMac G3, a brightly colored, translucent computer that will help save Apple. Ten months after Jobs’ new management team takes over, the iMac

May 6, 1998: Steve Jobs unveils the iMac G3, a brightly colored, translucent computer that will help save Apple. Ten months after Jobs’ new management team takes over, the iMac loudly announces that the days of Apple quietly fading into the background are over. Original iMac launch: A computer from a good planet It’s difficult to […]

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