6 Ways Apple Products Have Changed, and Not for the Better (Comic)
Article by George Norman
On 05 Dec 2016
Remember the old, rainbow-themed logo? It was Apple’s first official logo and… it’s history now. It’s been history for quite some time as a matter of fact. So why bring it up then?

To highlight the fact that things change. Sometimes for the better, like the logo change, and sometimes for the worse, as highlighted by the amusing comic listed below.

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Via Dorkly.

In related news…

This fun comic presents 6 ways video games have changed, focusing on a gamer’s problems then & now.




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