The Apple iMac has come a long way since its introduction in 1998. Launched during a time when Apple was at its lowest, the iMac was actually the start of the change in direction the company was aiming for. The first model called the iMac G3 was well received for simplifying the desktop computer experience. Adapted by designers early on, the range was popular amongst the creatives with little popularity in the mainstream. This changed with the introduction of an intel powered iMac in 2006. Now the range is considered to be a 'gold standard' in desktop computing. The style, appeal and user experience of the iMac is unrivalled, making it a must buy for desktop users.
Most of you will have seen the image which displays the evolution of the iMac. Gone are the days of large and bulky all-in-ones, now you get more power in a thinner frame.
The infographic above visualises the evolution of the iMac to its current form. A decade ago, the Apple iMac was a rarity. Today, its a must for any office that emphasises design and usability. The range has come a long way and we are looking forward to how it changes and continually improves in the future.