Apple retail stores participated in the celebration of the Macintosh computer’s 30th anniversary, with a special window display, commemorative black T-shirts and new name badges for employees. Steve Jobs introduced the ground-breaking computer in 1984 that leaped beyond the Apple II, helping to spark the birth of the personal computer revolution. As part of the anniversary celebration, today the company held a special music event for headquarters employees and posted a Web retrospective of the Mac’s development. The window display appears to re-use the LED panel installed for the holiday season.
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Pic of the new Apple retail name tags celebrating the Mac’s Bday pic.twitter.com/klaXKl66Ni
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