Apple Celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Its Mac

Now Apple is celebrating festivities on the 30th anniversary of Mac. The Apple Mac computer turned 30 years old Friday, January 25, 2014.

Without exaggeration, the Mac was a revolutionary machine in computer. Cupertino, Calif., tech giant as well as many other technicists have also been doing their part to commemorate the milestone.

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Let’s see how the world celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Macintosh.

Apple’s Celebration for the 30th Anniversary of Mac

Apple’s official website is celebrating the occasion. When you go to the official website, you will be greeted by the colorful screen showed below.


Apple said it introduced the world to Macintosh in 1984 and it was designed to be so easy to use that people could actually use it. You can also click its links to find more information about Mac. There is a video from Apple to celebrate its line of Mac computers.

In Apple retail stores, the company also put new LED displays on the windows saying “Happy Birthday, Mac”. All employees are wearing special T-shirts.

Others’ Celebration for the 30th Anniversary of Mac

ABC News has interviewed Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook to make a speech about the anniversary of Mac. Besides Cook, Apple executives Craig Federighi and Bud Tribble were also present for the interview.

Another top site for Apple news, 9to5Mac has put an enlightening inforgraphic together that highlights the top Mac computers released every year since 1984.

iFixit celebrates 30 years of Mac by tearing down an original Mac from 1984, as well as an ‘80s-style tear-it-apart video.

100 out of 125 people who put together the first Mac will reunite Saturday to share stories about the Mac with an audience of investors and developers.

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