The following outline of Apple Inc. (previously Apple Computer, Inc.) is a topical guide to the consumer electronics, software, retail stores, corporate acquisitions, timeline, and personnel under the purview of the American multinational corporation Apple Inc. The company's best-known hardware products are the Macintosh, the iPod, the iPhone, and the iPad. Its best-known software includes the macOS and iOS operating systems, and the iTunes media browser. As of March 2014, Apple has 425 retail stores in 16 countries (consisting of 254 in the US and 171 elsewhere),[1] and an online store (available in 39 countries).[2]

Hardware and products

Main article: Timeline of Apple Inc. products

iMac
Apple TV (2nd generation)
Apple TV (2nd generation)
The Apple Newton MessagePad 2100, alongside the original iPhone
The Apple Newton MessagePad 2100, alongside the original iPhone

Hardware accessories

Magic Mouse

Software

Steve Jobs talks about the transition to Intel in 2005
Steve Jobs talks about the transition to Intel in 2005

Stores and services

Technologies

History

Timeline

Personnel

Companies

Design

Media

Apple-related

Miscellaneous

See also

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