27 Remarkable Apple Concepts from the 1980’s

You always hear how the late Steve Jobs was always ahead of his time. How his idea of the future would pave the way for products we couldn’t imagine living without today. Well the proof is in the pudding, Jobs’ conceptual thinking in the 1980’s was vastly beyond anything we could’ve ever imagined.  accounts his relationship with Apple and Jobs in at a time where consumer electronics and communication technologies were there for the taking. Essliner writes a mind-blowing excerpt from his book,  Design Forward, in Fast Co. Design. His innovative and conceptual thinking would reinvent the aesthetics of Apple products for the foreseeable future. 

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