iMac G3

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iMac G3 is a series of computers designed by Jonathan Ive and manufactured by Apple from 1998 to 2003. For its success in sales, iMac G3 is considered to be a major role player in the survival of Apple after disastrous years in the 90s.
Not only was it groundbreaking for its design and aesthetics, which saw computers as grey cubes, but also for the bold decisions to, for example, remove the floppy disk in favor of usb connectors.