In 2006, Apple Computer turned 30 and with good looks and performance to back it up, turned loyal users on.
Not many 30-year-old companies manage to seem young and cutting edge. It's hard to believe Apple's twice as old as AOL, for example. Despite celebrating its 30th anniversary, Apple kept talking new, thinner, faster. But it's not just style that has won over so many Apple fans. In 2006, we tried to find out what gives Apple its special flavor.
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