Magazine Good luck is a specialized business model and is published by Time Inc. In 1959, 29 years after its founding, Good luck published a list of 100 well-designed products. The results of the project, led by Jay Doblin, director of the ITT Design Institute (Illinois Institute of Technology), based on the research of designers, architects and designers.
In 2019, 60 years after the publication of the original series, Good luck has also partnered with the ITT Design Institute to redesign it. Teachers asked, mighty, independent designers and corporate design teams. With this information they have been highlighted 100 new products and services, including eight Apple
Apple's first two products
Cupertino smartphone announced in 2007, iPhone, and which has been renewed every year since then, holds the first place in the list of "changing people communications" and making a huge impact on our lives.
"IPod, phone, Internet connection" was how Steve Jobs described the world on the iPhone in 2007. At that time it was an impressive claim. It now looks like a device euphemism that has changed the way we live. Analysts had doubts that Apple could successfully sell a premium phone for $ 499 in a market where most of the devices were supported or donated by operators.
But by tirelessly pushing Hardware and software design, installing a high-quality camera, and developing an ecosystem of apps and services, Apple has sold more than two billion iPhone, and in the process becomes the world's most valuable company. .
Apple's second device that appears on the list, and is in second place, is the Macintosh 128K, named for having 128 KiB of RAM. It was released on January 24, 1984 and became the first personal computer to be a merchant. It had a click and mouse click instead of a command line. It is a list to describe the appearance of your computers.
The other six Apple products shown in the post are the 2001 iPod is in tenth place, which had a capacity of 5 or 10 GB and its independence was up to 10 hours; the 2006 MacBook Pro is in 14th position, a successor to PowerBook G4, the company's first line of product to have Intel processors; and the Apple Watch at number 46.
Surprisingly, company resources also appear on the list: the App Store app number 22, the 29-year-old iOS operating system, and the mobile payment platform Apple Pay at 64. Also listed are other services such as Netflix, Google search engine, Google Maps, Uber or Netflix, and devices such as the Tesla Model S or the Sony Walkman.
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