Depending on how long you’ve been using Apple products, Apple’s website might be fairly new to you – and even if you are a long-time veteran of Apple and their products, it can be fun to take a little trip down memory lane. So lets jump in the time machine and discover what’s it’s been like throughout the last 15 years!
The two biggest changes: they moved the navigation bar to the top in 2000, then gave the entire site a facelift with the introduction of Leopard in 2007.
Somewhat surprisingly, Apple.com hasn’t really changed as much as you might expect – especially in comparison to sites of other major companies like Sony, IBM and Microsoft, who’s sites have undergone a great deal of restructuring. Apple has managed a certain degree of consistency for a decade and a half, which is quite an achievement all by itself. Great design is timeless, I suppose.
What was the first version of Apple’s site you remember? Leave the slide number in the comments below!