Now that was a very good computer and I had a little inkjet printer to go with it and I managed to get an entire thesis written and printed on it. May it RIP.
Then went Jobs.
Then Apple turned into the WORST COMPUTER EVER in about 1998 or so. Sadly, I had one of them. It came freshly delivered from Apple with what I suspect was a dead motherboard; not sure.
I had to return the POS to the vendor and got hit for re-stocking fees even though it could not be re-stocked nor used by anyone. It had a woman walking out on to the desktop when you turned it on and you had to turn her off, that much I remember.
After that, I never wanted another Apple/MacIntosh computer.
Then came Jobs back with his very clever mind and he made Apple what it became.
However, Apple is not Apple without Jobs and if I owned Apple stock, I would have sold it when Jobs died. You now have a company being run by a bunch of "replacements" but none are Steve Jobs.
So, as for the iMac, iPad, iTouch, iPhone, iThis, iThat, I am not interested in any of these high tech very pricey toys which you need a new one of about every 6 mos. or so it seems to me iBelieve.