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Commercials & Ads
Quicktime videos of commercials & ads from back then

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A revolution called PowerBook
Apple wasn't modest calling the PowerBook a revolution in this tv spot (c'mon, there had been laptops before). Mentioning the capability to run „MS-DOS software“ as first on the feature list was a sacrilege though!

68K & PPC
320x240 - 8.8 MB
Apple Power
When John Sculled was appointed CEO, Steve Jobs' agency Chiat/Day was fired and Sculley's BBDO entered. You can immediately tell the difference in corporate language by this spot - BBDO's first spot for Apple.

68K & PPC
320x240 - 15.9 MB
Never used iDVD myself, but supposedly it makes it easy to create DVDs from movies or photos, taking care of stuff like menus. Hmm.. Maybe I should give it a try and create my personal “Best of Cornica” DVD? Sounds like a fun sunday afternoon project ...

68K & PPC
320x240 - 15.7 MB

PowerPC only
480x360 - 24.6 MB
A commercial for iPhoto, Apple’s photo library for the home user. Unfortunately, Apple messed it all up when moving on to “Photos” with one of the later OS X versions. I keep using iPhoto to keep track of our family snapshots and clips. Pays off having a full archive from 2004 – today!

68K & PPC
320x240 - 17.5 MB

PowerPC only
480x360 - 25.0 MB
iMac Special Edition
Summer 2000 Apple started shipping these Special Edition iMacs (which were essentially a repackaging of last years DV edition), but at a lower price point. With up to 500 Mhz on the top model and a new color (Snow) it continued the success of the iMac G3 line.

68K & PPC
320x240 - 5.9 MB
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