Following the release of the sleek new iMac, Apple has drawn up a timeline documenting the monumental computer’s rise to fame...
1998 - The first iMac, the iMac G3, was introduced in 1998 and was the first computer to exclusively offer USB ports as standard. Originally released in Bondi blue, the line later developed another 12 colors bringing individuality to personal computing.
2002 - The next major redesign came in 2002 with the iMac G4 and featured a 15-inch LCD mounted on an adjustable arm above a hemisphere containing the computer’s essentials. A dramatic shift from the G3′s design, the G4 would hint at the future of contemporary computer design.
2004 - The next logical step, was the iMac G5 in 2004 which managed to incorporate an all-in-one design with all of the main logic board and optical drive mounted directly behind the LCD panel.
2012 - Following a few more models over the years, all equally impressive upon their release, the newest iMac is unarguably their most stunning yet.
With Apple's unprecedented growth in iMac computers, they've been able to expand their focus onto new markets and since have become the most successful brand in the world.