logging in or signing up 99580 apple great hitsby Norbert Barnich (12.01.2010) HardysCorner Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 44 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: July 05, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description Slideshow created by Norbert Barnich. Published with her kind permission. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: Great Hits and the iPad Slide 2: The original: The first Apple Macintosh was introduced by a Ridley Scott television commercial, '1984.' It came bundled with two applications designed to show off its interface: MacWrite and MacPaint. And it was the first computer to come with a MOUSE The Apple Mac Slide 3: The Apple II +Visicalc Around 1979, Visicalc was the first spreadsheet released originally for the Apple II. It gave accounting departments their first professional tool. Slide 4: Pagemaker PageMaker was the first DTP- desktop publishing program, introduced in 1985 by Aldus for the new Apple Macintosh. PageMaker popularized the Macintosh for all Desktop Publishing pros and the Mac soon became the de facto standard tool for graphic companies. Slide 5: In 1991, Apple launched the PowerBook 100. It was the first portable computer with the keyboard behind a palm rest, and a trackball in front of the keyboard. Powerbook 100 Slide 6: In 1993, Apple created its first Message Pad, known as the 'Newton.' It was one of the first personal digital assistants. It used AAA batteries and had an address book, a calendar, notes, and could be used to fax and email. The Newton Slide 7: iMac The iMac, launched in 1998, was Apple's computer for the new millennium. It was designed with the internet in mind and its only external expansion was through two USB ports. The new case was made with translucent plastics. Slide 8: Housed in an 8x8x8 cube, the Power Macintosh G4 Cube was a foray into the business market. It was impressively compact and included a 450 MHz G4 processor, a 20 GB hard drive, a 56 kbps modem and 64 MB of RAM . Power Mac G4 Cube Slide 9: Announced in 2001, the iPod was Apple's first move into the digital music market. It was revamped as a thinner, lighter, and cheaper version in 2004 with a click wheel. iPod Slide 10: iPod Classic and Nano The Classic has huge capacity, whilst the Nano offers a video camera and FM radio, and comes in many colours. Slide 11: iPod Touch The iTouch comes with 8, 32 or 64 GB and offers thousands of applications,including music making gadgets. Slide 12: iPhone Announced in 2007, the iPhone was Apple's first mobile phone. It was touch-screen that was a phone and MP3 player in one. It included a custom version of Safari that allowed full browsing of the web and integrated access to YouTube and Google Maps. Slide 13: Introduced in 2008 to great acclaim, It has an iMac-style glass screen, Air-style surfaces, and no-button trackpad. Uses Intel Core 2 Duo processors running at 2.4GHz and a 320 GB hard drive. Also stores up to 4GB of RAM. MacBook Pro Slide 14: iPad The iPad , launched by Steve Jobs in January 2010 wants to 'bridge the gap between laptop and mobiles'. Powered by a 1GHz Apple A4 chip it has 16GB to 64GB of flash storage and works with Wi-Fi and 3G. The touchscreen tablet is designed to surf the web, watch movies, read books and share photos. Slide 15: iLame Lot of controversy on the Web about the iPad, like its name.Some say it is just an oversized iPhone, lacking in functions. Slide 16: iCreate Think-what a fantastic tool it could be for making live PowerPoint presentations. And for designers, animators and artists like David Hockney when they can draw and paint on the screen itself. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.