Before the rainbow colored Apple logo, there was this artsy creation, showing a person sitting underneath an apple tree. Click here to see how the logo evolved over time, from earliest to current.

The company introduced the Apple II microcomputer in 1977. A few years later, in 1983, it introduced the Lisa, the first commercial personal computer to employ a graphical user interface (GUI), which was influenced in part by the Xerox Alto. Lisa was also the first personal computer to have the mouse. In 1984, the Macintosh was introduced, which arguably advanced the concept of a new user-friendly graphical user interface

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