30 Years Ago, Steve Jobs First Introduced the World to the New Apple Macintosh. Watch the Unveiling In This Historic Video
In January of 1984, Steve Jobs unveiled the Apple Macintosh publicly for the first time to a packed house at the Boston Computer Society. A little over a year later, Steve Jobs would be booted from the driver's seat (only to return after an eleven year banishment). Time Magazine got the exclusive to debut this 90-minute video of computer history this week. The whole story is beautifully shared here, by Time's Harry McCracken.
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