Apple's TOP 5 Biggest Flops


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Power Mac G4 Cube - This Personal Computer was discontinued after a year on the market due to its terrible sales. It was designed by Apple's most experienced designer Jonathan Ive.

Newton MessagePads - The first in a family of communications assistants from Apple. They came with a handwriting recognition software, which didn't really appeal to anybody.

Pippin - Multimedia player platform for video game console, Internet appliance and interactive kiosk development. One of the projects Steve Jobs decided to kill when he returned to Apple in 1997.

Twentieth Anniversary Mac - A limited-edition personal computer that was released in 1997 in celebration of the company's 20th birthday. The original price for this computer was $7499. Are you f**king kidding me?

Macintosh TV - was essentially a Performa 520 that could switch its built-in 14" Sony Trinitron CRT from being a computer display to a cable-ready television. The integration sucked.

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