The following outline of Apple Inc. is a topical guide to the products, history, retail stores, corporate acquisitions, and personnel under the purview of the American multinational corporation Apple Inc.

Hardware

For a chronological guide, see Timeline of Apple Inc. products.

Mac

Main article: Mac (computer)

Mac, a family of personal computers made by Apple.

iPhone

Main article: iPhone

Apple's smartphone.

iPad

Main article: iPad

Apple's tablet lineup.

Apple Watch

Main article: Apple Watch

Apple's smartwatch lineup.

Magic Mouse

Accessories

Software

Steve Jobs talks about the transition to Intel in 2005.

Operating systems

macOS

macOS Server

iOS

Software

Pro apps

Services

Consumer-facing

Back-end

Developers

Apps

APIs

Retail

History

Mac history

Defunct displays

iPhone history

Defunct iPhones

Defunct products

Defunct software

Defunct protocols

Ancillary operating systems

Hardware before 1998

Hardware after 1998

Apple silicon

Technologies and protocols

Personnel

Founders

CEOs

Board of directors

Former board members

Executives

Former executives

Other contributors

Subsidiaries

Mergers and acquisitions

Design

Media

Apple-related

Miscellaneous

See also

References

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