Timeline of Apple Inc. products

Timeline of Apple Inc. products

This timeline of Apple products is a list of all computers, phones, tablets, wearables, and other products sold by Apple Inc. This list is ordered by the release date of the products. Macintosh Performa models were often physically identical to other models, in which case they are omitted in favor of the identical twin.

Detailed timeline[edit]

1970s[edit]

Apple II

1980-1983[edit]

Apple III Plus

1984[edit]

Macintosh 128K

1985[edit]

Macintosh XL

1986[edit]

Macintosh Plus

1987[edit]

Macintosh II
AppleFax Modem

1988[edit]

Macintosh Plus

1989[edit]

Macintosh Portable

1990[edit]

Macintosh LC

1991[edit]

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1992[edit]

Quadra 950
PowerBook Duo

1993[edit]

Macintosh Color Classic
PowerBook 140
Quadra 605
Newton Message Pad 100

1994[edit]

Power Macintosh 6100
PowerBook 540c

1995[edit]

Power Macintosh 9500
Apple StyleWriter 1200
Apple Multiple Scan 14″ Display

1996[edit]

Power Macintosh 6400

1997[edit]

PowerBook 3400
Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh

1998[edit]

iMac G3

1999[edit]

iBook, released July 21, 1999AirPort (802.11b, “Graphite”), released July 21, 1999Power Macintosh G3 (Blue & White), released January 5, 1999

2000[edit]

“Pismo” PowerBook, released February 16, 2000Power Mac G4 Cube (R) and Cinema Display (22″, ADC)(L), released July 19, 2000

2001[edit]

PowerBook G4 Titanium, released January 9, 2001iPod, released October 23, 2001

2002[edit]

iMac G4

2003[edit]

PowerBook G4 12″

2004[edit]

Xserve G5
AirPort Express

2005[edit]

Apple Mighty Mouse (wireless version shown), released August 2, 2005Mac Mini, released January 11, 2005iPod Shuffle (four generations shown here), released January 11, 2005iPod Nano, released September 7, 2005

2006[edit]

MacBook Pro, released February 14, 2006iPod Hi-Fi, released February 28, 2006MacBook, released May 16, 2006Mac Pro, released August 7, 2006

2007[edit]

iPhone Bluetooth Headset, released June 29, 2007iPod Touch, released September 5, 2007Apple TV, released March 21, 2007

2008[edit]

MacBook Air

2009[edit]

iMac
Magic Mouse
iPod Classic 6th generation

2010[edit]

iPad
Magic Trackpad

2011[edit]

iPhone 4

2012[edit]

iPhone 5

2013[edit]

Mac Pro 2nd generation (Cylinder), released December 19, 2013

2014[edit]

iPhone 6

2015[edit]

MacBook

12.9″ iPad Pro in Gold

2016[edit]

2017[edit]

iPhone X

2018[edit]

HomePod, released February 9, 2018

2019[edit]

Apple Card released August 20, 2019
AirPods Pro released September 7, 2022
Mac Pro (2019) (R) and Pro Display XDR (L) released December 10, 2019

2020[edit]

HomePod Mini
AirPods Max

2021[edit]

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  • AirTag

  • iMac (M1)

  • Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and Numeric Keypad (black)

  • Back of the iPhone 13 Pro Max

  • Apple Watch Series 7

  • MacBook Pro (16-inch, M1)

  • HomePod Mini in orange

2022[edit]

  • Mac Studio

  • Apple Watch Ultra

  • MacBook Air (M2)

  • iPhone 14 Pro

  • iPad (10th generation)

  • Apple Studio Display

2023[edit]

See also[edit]

  • Macintosh
  • List of Macintosh models grouped by CPU type
  • List of iOS and iPadOS devices
  • Timeline of the Apple II family
  • Timeline of Macintosh models

References[edit]

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  • External links[edit]

    • Specifications, Apple Computer, Inc.
    • Mac Systems: Apple, EveryMac.com
    • Glen Sanford, Apple History, apple-history.com
    • Dan Knight, Computer Profiles, LowEndMac, Cobweb Publishing, Inc.
    • Steven Weyhrich, Apple II History, apple2history.org
    • Pictorial Timeline

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    • AirPower (canceled)
    • Apple TV
    • Apple Watch
    • Beddit
    • HomePod
      • Mini
    • Interactive Television Box
    • iPad
      • 1st
      • 2
      • 3rd
      • 4th
      • 5th
      • 6th
      • 7th
      • 8th
      • 9th
      • 10th
    • iPad Air
      • 1st
      • 2
      • 3rd
      • 4th
      • 5th
    • iPad Mini
      • 1st
      • 2
      • 3
      • 4
      • 5th
      • 6th
    • iPad Pro
      • 9.7 / 12.9 (1st)
      • 10.5 / 12.9 (2nd)
      • 11 (1st) / 12.9 (3rd)
      • 11 (2nd) / 12.9 (4th)
      • 11 (3rd) / 12.9 (5th)
      • 11 (4th) / 12.9 (6th)
    • iPhone
      • 1st
      • 3G
      • 3GS
      • 4
      • 4S
      • 5
      • 5C
      • 5S
      • 6 / 6 Plus
      • 6S / 6S Plus
      • 7 / 7 Plus
      • 8 / 8 Plus
      • X
      • XR
      • XS / XS Max
      • 11
      • 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max
      • 12 Pro / 12 Pro Max
      • 12 / 12 Mini
      • 13 / 13 Mini
      • 13 Pro / 13 Pro Max
      • 14 / 14 Plus
      • 14 Pro / 14 Pro Max
    • iPhone SE
      • 1st
      • 2nd
      • 3rd
    • iPod
      • Classic
      • Mini
      • Nano
      • Shuffle
      • Touch
        • 1st
        • 2nd
        • 3rd
        • 4th
        • 5th
        • 6th
        • 7th
    • Mac NC
    • Newton
      • MessagePad
      • eMate 300
    • Paladin
    • Pippin
      • Bandai
    • PowerCD
    • QuickTake
    • W.A.L.T.

    AccessoriesSilicon

    • A series
      • A4
      • A5
      • A5X
      • A6
      • A6X
      • A7
      • A8
      • A8X
      • A9
      • A9X
      • A10
      • A10X
      • A11
      • A12
      • A12X/A12Z
      • A13
      • A14
      • A15
      • A16
    • M series
      • M1
      • M2
    • S series
      • S1
      • S1P
      • S2
      • S3
      • S4
      • S5
      • S6
      • S7
      • S8
    • T series
      • T1
      • T2



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