My Apple History

The Core77 Design Blog has created a sweet chart of Apple’s history of product design. [link via Guy Kawasaki]

It was fun to scan the chart and find how many Apple products I have owned or actually used: (I took the liberty to add NeXT to the list)

  • Apple IIe (1983) – School & Friend
  • Apple IIc (1984) – Friend
  • Apple IIgs (1986) – Friend
  • Macintosh SE (1987) – School
  • Macintosh Classic (1990) – School
  • NeXT Station (1990) – School
  • PowerBook Titanium (2001) – Own
  • Power Macintosh Mirror (2002) – Work
  • PowerBook G4 Aluminum (2003) – Mother
  • Power Macintosh G5 (2003) – Own
  • iPod 3rd Gen (2003) – Own
  • iBook G4 (2003) – Sister
  • iPod Click Wheel (2004) – Own
  • Mac Mini (2005) – Own
  • Mac Book Pro (2006) – Own
  • Mac Pro (2006) – Own
  • iPhone (2007) – Own

Can you guess by the listed dates when I graduated from college and entered the “Windows Enterprise World” and when I became a “switcher”?

What does your Apple history look like? Add your list to the comments or to your own blog.