In 1998, personal computers were ugly beige boxes with no style or design. Apple saw an opportunity to reinvent the computer with bold all-in-one designs and outlandish colors.
At first, opinions were divided with such drastic changes to core macintosh technology but soon critics began to love the iMac describing it as the "Gold Standard of desktop computing", "industry-altering success" and the "Must-have desktop".
At iMac History, we're striving to be the number one destination for information on all iMac models.
You can read more on the entire range of iMac products (sorted by product series, or the year of release) by visiting the links on the left. Feel free to add your thoughts and experience to each iMac model.
- Charlie Mathewson: My first Apple iMac Purchased in September 2007. Very impressed. Not single problem since the day I bought it. Since then, I have purchased a 13″...
- Technically Theology: new aluminum iMacs were released in 2007. Until this point, Apple was known for everything being white and clean. That
- greg klein: I bought the 1st. Gen 20″ model right after it came out and while it is still in limited, secondary use, it has NEVER operated correctly. Multiple power board...
- Cyan: This is the Mac I am using right now, it has the best screen I ever got
- M. Stromeyer: This iMac is in my Office since 2006, never let me down still works fine – no problems whatsoever! A product well worth its money.