Fans eagerly await Steve Jobs keynote speeches to hear about the latest and greatest Apple products. We’ve compiled a list of five classic keynotes for your enjoyment after the jump.

First Steve Jobs Keynote

Watch as Steve Jobs introduces the Macintosh computer during his very first keynote on January 24, 1984.

January 24, 1984 saw the introduction of the Macintosh, the first commercially successful computer with a graphical user interface influenced by Xerox PARC. The development of the Mac was started by Jef Raskin, and eventually taken over lock, stock, and pirate flag, by Jobs

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iBook

Steve Jobs takes us back to May 7, 1998 with this iMac introduction, which replaced Apple’s Performa-series.

At the time, Apple was unique in producing all-in-one desktop computers, in which the CPU and the monitor are contained in one enclosure. Many other PC manufacturers have tried to imitate this, most of which have met with little success

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iPod

For those who still remember or own a first generation iPod, this video clip — of Steve Jobs at the Apple Music Event 2001 — should bring back a few good memories.

Who would have thought that this brick of an MP3 player would soon evolve into a worldwide phenomenon.

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iMac

Steve Jobs takes us back to May 7, 1998 with this iMac introduction, which replaced Apple’s Performa-series.

At the time, Apple was unique in producing all-in-one desktop computers, in which the CPU and the monitor are contained in one enclosure. Many other PC manufacturers have tried to imitate this, most of which have met with little success

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Mac OS 9

Apple officially unveiled Mac OS 9 on October 23rd, 1999, the “last version of the ‘Classic’ Macintosh Operating System (Mac OS) released before being succeeded by Mac OS X.”

Upon introduction, Mac OS 9 was advertised as having “50 new features,” including 128-bit encryption capabilities and Sherlock 2. Codenamed Sonata and originally intended to debut as Mac OS 8.7, Mac OS 9 is considered by some the most functional version of the original Mac OS

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