Four decades ago, on January 24, 1984, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs introduced the Apple Macintosh, which revolutionized the personal computing industry.
Jobs, dressed in his trademark black suit and silver bow tie, unveiled the sleek and lightweight Macintosh.
The PC not only responded to the click of a button but also captivated audiences by speaking.
Tomorrow is the continuation of Macintosh’s 40th anniversary celebrations. The Computer History Museum (CHM) is hosting a live event on Wednesday, January 24, from 7 pm to 9 pm PST.
This special gathering will feature key members of the original Macintosh project team, including luminaries like Bill Atkinson, Andy Hertzfeld, and Susan Kare…..
Macintosh was a device that not only popularized the computer mouse but also paved the way for computers to become an integral part of our daily lives.