Top 10 Innovative Apple Products--That Steve DIDN'T Dream Up

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benet

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malber

The TCM was underpowered desk candy, and the Mac TV was one of the worst Macs of all time. eWolrd was interesting, but undersupported and underpromoted by Apple. All three are great examples of why the word "beleagured" frequently preceeded the word Apple in the press during the non-Steve era. What might the Newton been? Can you say, "iPhone"? Not that it has a direct lineage from the Newton, but without it we wouldn't have Palm run away with the PDA idea, smartphones, and then Apple take it back and make it better.

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kevkevallen

My school lab had a cart of the eMates when I was in elementary school.
I rememeber typing a (then) long story and taking it to the computer lab for the lab teacher to hook up to her computer and transfer my story to her computer, then hand me a floppy with my story on it. We had brand-new slotloading iMacs with floppy drives attached to them via USB. Scary stuff to think that I actually used one of these. Scary thing to think I used a floppy!
But at the same time, its kinda cool.

-Kevin Duncan

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OlsonBW

"version 7.6) was a Jobs-less breakthrough that you might remember by its “other” name: Windows 95"

Except that Windows '95 doesn't look ANYTHING like Mac OS 7.6. It looks almost exactly like OS/2 2.0.

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kevkevallen

Ok, I'm confused, the title of the article is "10" things Steve didn't create, so why do you have 11 products listed?  -Kevin Duncan 

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pdechavez

11th entry mentions "Honorable Mention".  Please read properly... 

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b_dubb

all these steve-free innovations ... do you guys know something we don't know?

reading between the lines,

b_dubb

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