Over the past 30 years, Apple's (AAPL) products have reshaped industries and revolutionized the digital age.
In 1976, shortly after Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak introduced the original Apple Computer at the Homebrew Computer Club in Palo Alto, Calif., a local computer dealer bought 100 hand-built, fully assembled Apple I computers for $50,000. That seed has since blossomed into the world's most valuable company, with a market capitalization approaching $500 billion. Apple has arguably had an even larger impact on the look and feel of technology, with an aesthetic that traces back to the Bauhaus and mid-20th century German industrial design.
Here, we look back at some of the iconic electronic company's most groundbreaking devices, from the original Apple I to the iPad.