It was 30 years ago today that Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak introduced the Macintosh – the personal computer with a graphical user interface, a mouse and a personality that gave birth to the desk top publishing revolution. On January 24, 1984, Steve Jobs proudly introduced the Macintosh. Today, Apple's homepage is dedicated to celebrating the Macintosh's Thirtieth birthday with special segments and videos.
Thirty Years of Innovation
To Steve and Apple: Happy Birthday Mac!
One More Thing: Apple's CEO Tim Cook talks about the company's historic anniversary, and the future in an ABC interview here.