Bill Atkinson, Andy Hertzfeld, Steve Capps, and Larry Kenyon share their thoughts about developing the core software for the original Macintosh, which is about to mark its 30th anniversary.
What went into the guts of 128K Macintosh 30 years ago? iFixit takes a teardown trip through memory lane to uncover the answers.
Chris McVeigh's Lego build celebrates the Macintosh 128K and follows incredible recreations of classic tech in plastic bricks.
Ditch the modern look of your iPad 2 and embrace the beige of classic Macs with the Padintosh cover. It dresses your iPad up like a Macintosh 128K.
Apple wants you to see and hear how much people love its beloved Macintosh, and wants you to share your memories, too.
Apple has gone all out in its celebration of the Macintosh 128k's 30th birthday. Watch the video here.
Once sold for about $2,500, Apple's 30-year-old Macintosh computer dropped in price for years. But that seems to be changing, according to eBay.
In January 1984, Steve Jobs--whom I described in my Macintosh review as "Apple's young chairman"--gave me a preview of the original 128K Macintosh. As you can tell from the review, I was very impressed. Thousands of reviews later, I still am.
In celebration of 30 years of the Mac, Apple has put together a collection of applications which "capture the spirit of what makes the platform extraordinary."
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