An Exploration of Apple
As if the innovative and creative product designs that turned Apple into a technological leader and cultural phenomenon all magically appeared simultaneously, the Apple exhibit is an aesthetic, modern, and informative exploration now on display in a trendy warehouse-like setting in Roswell, Georgia.
The Apple Exhibit, as described by ZDNet's Jason O'Grady in the February 5, 2013 edition: The Apple Pop-Up Museum tells the story of how a small start-up company, founded in a garage by two young friends, became the leading consumer electronics and personal computer company in the world. The exhibit displays an exclusive collection of game-changing Apple personal computers and consumer electronic products while presenting the history of the company since its founding in 1976 to the present. An Apple I, the first disk II and controller card, original Apple II, original Lisa are among the rare artifacts on display, plus much, much more.
Within the 6,000 square feet of space this premier exhibit occupies is the following rooms:
• The Apple Company Before Apple Existed Room
• Creation of the Apple Company and Apple I Room
• The Apple II Room
• Post Apple II Products & Moving to the MAC Room
• Woz and Jobs After Apple Room
• Jobs Comes Back Room
• iMAC Room
• iPod Room and iPhone Walk
• Timeline Lounge
• What's Next
The goal of the Apple Exhibit is to highlight moments in time that have made Apple, Inc. one of the most innovative companies in the world. There is more to say, more stories to be told and, most important of all, more people throughout the history of Apple who deserve recognition in the future.
This exhibit features chosen artifacts from the Mimms Collection. Lonnie Mimms is an avid collector of personal computers and related products. He has amassed one of the largest private collections of early personal computers in the world.
This exhibit is not connected to Apple Inc.in any way.