We're taking a look back at the events and products that defined the last decade for Apple. Just three years before the start of the decade, Apple was being written off as a computer company that was sliding into oblivion.
In a relatively short period of time, Apple was able to pick itself up, become profitable, and then dominate industries that barely knew it existed a few years earlier. That makes the 2000s Apple's Decade.
So, let's begin our look back with the year 2000.
Apple's Decade: 2000
New Macintosh products introduced by Apple in the year 2000.
The specs below were base specifications; many Macs shipped with upgrades to these specs.
iBook SE (Clamshell): 366 MHz G3 processor, 64 MB RAM, 6 GB hard drive
PowerBook G3 (Pismo): 400/500 MHz G3 processor, 64 MB RAM, 6 GB hard drive
iMac (available in DV, DV+, and DV SE versions): 350/400/500 MHz G3, 64 MB RAM, 7 GB hard drive
Power Macintosh G4 (Gigabit Ethernet): 400/2x450/2x500 G4 processor, 64 MB, 20 GB hard drive
Power Macintosh G4 Cube: 450/500 MHz G4 processor, 64 MB RAM, 20 GB hard drive