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Apple's Forgotten Designs


Study for an Apple flip phone, 1983. Designed by Hartmut Esslinger and frog design.

The Apple brand name is synonymous with iconic product design.

Some of their products, such as the original Apple IIc, was so iconic that it was acquired by the Whitney Museum of Art in New York and voted Design of the Year by Time Magazine.

However, there are some Apple products that never took off and have eventually been forgotten by most.

Take a look at some of these forgotten Apple designs below:


Prototype for 'BabyMac', 1985. Designed by Hartmut Esslinger and frog design.


Study for a touch-screen MacBook, 1984. Designed by Hartmut Esslinger and frog design.


'20th Anniversary Mac', 1997. Designed by Jony Ive.


eMate 300 laptop for students, 1997. Designed by Jony Ive.

[via Userdeck]
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