12 years WWDC: the gadgets shown in konferencii review

Very soon starts WWDC 2015, and the main issue of concern to Apple fans, is: “And will show whether the company is some new device or cost is the software update?”. As the answer to a question no one really until, media decided to raise the important subject of “the other side” — remember that the manufacturer has demonstrated at previous developer conferences.

Edition СNet, for example, has prepared a list shown at WWDC devices for 12 years. It looks like this.

2003 — Power Mac G5

In 2003, Steve jobs showed the audience a computer with a 64-bit processor, which could be considered the fastest at the time. The cost of new items was $ 1999 USD.

2004 — a 30-inch displayth

In 2004, Apple introduced the biggest Apple Cinema Display on those days — 30-inch. The screen resolution was 2560 x 1600, assessed the goods at 3299 USD.

2006 — Mac Pro

In 2006, Apple said goodbye to welcomed PowerMac and MacPro. The first model of the professional workstation cost $ 2499.

2008 — iPhone 3G

The second iPhone was shown during WWDC. The model is called iPhone 3G because it could work over 3G was faster than the previous one.

2009 — iPhone 3Gs

A year later, in 2009, Apple has also pleased fans with a smartphone. The world showed the iPhone 3GS (the first iPhone with the letter S, which now accompanies him through the year).

2010 — iPhone 4

2010, and again smartphone. iPhone 4 got a new design, and very pleased users.

2012 — MacBook Pro with Retina display

It seems like yesterday, but no, Apple introduced the first MacBook Pro with Retina display in 2012.

2013 — redesigned Mac Pro

In 2013, the Mac Pro received a new design (in the form of a “three-liter banks” black color), which caused a mixed public reaction.

As you can see, “physical” goods were displayed vendor does not every year. Will there be new shows this year? What? What is your opinion?

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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