Mac History

Retired Macs

  • Macintosh SE
  • Macintosh LC
  • Macintosh Quadra 660av
  • Powerbook 1400c/166
  • PowerMacintosh 7500
  • PowerMacintosh 9500/180MHz dual (upgraded to G3/400)
  • PowerMacintosh G3 (Yosemite) (upgraded to G4)
  • iBook 12″ (Dual USB)
  • Powerbook G4/867MHz 15″ Titanium
  • PowerMacintosh G4/450MHz Cube (upgraded to 1GHz)
  • PowerMacintosh G3 All-In-One
  • iMac G3/700MHz (Summer 2001)
  • Powerbook G4/1.33GHz 15″ Aluminum
  • Mac mini 1.42GHz – A/V entertainment server
  • Mac mini 1.42GHz – backup server
  • PowerMacintosh G5/2.0GHz dual
  • MacBook Pro 2.16GHz 15″
  • MacBook Pro 2.66GHz 15″ (Late 2008)
  • Mac Pro Dual 2.66GHz (2007)

Active Macs

  • PowerMacintosh G4/450MHz Cube (G4/1.2GHz) – backup webserver
  • Mac mini 2.0GHz (Core2Duo) – web/mail server
  • Mac mini 2.0GHz (Core2Duo) – A/V entertainment server
  • MacBook Pro 2.6GHz i7 15″ (Mid 2012)
  • Mac Pro 2.93GHz (2009)

…and on the drums:

  • iPod [5GB] – retired
  • iPod (Dock Connector) [10GB] – retired
  • iPod shuffle [1GB]
  • iPod photo [60GB] – retired
  • iPhone 2.5G [8GB] – retired
  • iPod Classic [120GB]
  • iPod Classi [160GB]
  • iPod shuffle 2G [2GB]
  • iPhone 4 CDMA [16GB] – retired
  • iPhone 5s [32GB]

The Macintosh Office

Who says Macs aren’t for the business environment? Since 1997, I have been directly responsible for the authorizing purchases of the following Macs for my various places of work:

  • PowerMacintosh 8600
  • PowerMacintosh 9600
  • PowerMacintosh G3 (Yosemite)
  • PowerMacintosh G4 (Sawtooth)
  • PowerMacintosh G4 (Gigabit Ethernet)
  • PowerMacintosh G4 (Digital Audio)
  • PowerMacintosh G4 (MDD) x2
  • PowerMacintosh G4 (FW800) x2
  • PowerMacintosh G5 x3
  • iMac (Flat Panel)
  • iBook (Early 2003) x4
  • PowerBook G4 (1Ghz)
  • Mac mini x2
  • xServe G4 x2
  • xServe G5
  • PowerBook (15″ FW800)
  • Mac Pro x4
  • iMac (Mid 2007)
  • iMac (Late 2009)
  • MacBook Pro (15″ Mid 2010) x2