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History of Steve Job's Just One More Things
Created by cultofmac
on Jun 5, 2008
Last updated: 06/07/11 at 10:11 AM
At this Special Event the One More Thing was not the iPad 2 but Steve Jobs himself, appearing while on another medical leave of absence.
Apple Special Event, San Francisco. Apple is Back to the Mac and revises the MacBook Air, adding a svelte 11" model and SSD boot drives for significantly more speed.
WWDC, San Francisco. Steve Jobs is back - enthusiastic and thinner than ever. The iPhone 4 is (officially) announced, along with FaceTime videoconferencing.
WWDC, San Francisco. Phil Schiller presents again, introducing the iPhone 3Gs - the "s" for Speed!
MacWorld Expo, San Francisco. Phil Schiller delivers the MacWorld Expo keynote address while Steve Jobs is out on medical leave.
Macworld Expo, San Francisco. The MacBook Air extended Apple's MacBook line to the ultraslim form factor.
MacWorld Expo, San Francisco. The iPhone arrived, and (again) changed everything.
Macworld Expo, San Francisco. The MacBook Pro replaced the PowerBook G4 and completed Apple's transition intothe Intel age.
WWDC, San Francisco. Earthshattering at the time, logical in hindsight, Apple's switch from PowerPC to Intel processors signicantly helped the company's comeback.
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Macworld Expo, San Francisco. Introducing the iPod shuffle. Not to mention iWork and the Mac mini.
WWDC, San Francisco. To complement the "not quite yet" 3GHz PowerMac G5, Apple introduces new aluminum Cinema Displays - including a mammoth 30" model.
Macworld Expo, San Francisco. Introducing the iPod mini. Designed to kill the "flash player" market - or perhaps just tenderize it for the iPod nano to come. And one more thing - it comes in colors!
WWDC, San Francisco. A slipup on Apple's website leaked information about the G5 days before the official announcement. Jobs plays this up during WWDC.
Macworld Expo, San Francisco. Declaring 2003 the Year of the Notebook, Apple introduced the 12" and 17" PowerBook G4.
Macworld Expo, San Francisco. Inspired by a sunflower, the "iLamp" again set Apple apart and continued the ascendancy of Jony Ive in the design world.
Special Event, Cupertino. The iPod brought Apple into the consumer electronics market and is the grandfather of the iPhone and the iPad.
Macworld Expo New York
Macworld Expo, New York. The Cube was iconic, beautiful, expensive and not expandable. A commercial flop, but a collector's gem.
Macworld Expo, San Francisco. But we're not done yet: Mac OS X merged NeXTSTEP and the Classic Mac OS and has now carried Apple for over a decade.
Macworld Expo, New York. The iBook introduced a consumer line of notebooks and brought Airport to the masses.
Not a "One More Thing" but a Very Important Thing. The iMac was Apple's first new product after Steve Jobs returned in 1997, and the beginning of their return to profitability.