Tom's Guide: "January 24 was a special day for Apple. On that day, the company celebrated 25 years since the birth of its flagship computer, the Macintosh. It may be hard to believe, but it has already been a quarter of a century since the first version of this computer came to be the talk of the tech world. Bringing more than a few innovations to the field, the accomplishment brought a certain degree of pride not only to the company, but also to Macintosh's creator, Steve Jobs.
It was in 1984 that the world saw the first Macintosh, a computer that ended up giving birth to a series of world renowned products. This product range has always been both marginal and ahead of its time, and has always known how to pique the curiosity of the public. So, let's take a look back on 25 years of Apple's most emblematic machines."