Internal Apple video from 1994

Regardless of how much (or little) you enjoy the singing or production values, I do find this a fascinating piece of Apple history. Folks who’ve been around the Apple universe for long enough will recognize a lot of these references.

The video was originally posted in 2012, but I just came across it this morning, thought it worth sharing. Anyone recognize anyone in the video? They are ALL Apple employees.

  • Guest

    Very strange. Initially I thought this was produced by a group of disgruntled employees who were unhappy about the clone strategy. But then it seemed like it was more positive about Apple clones and just anti-Intel clones? One of the Youtube comments indicated the video was sent out to salespeople, so I guess it was officially endorsed by Apple on some level?

    I get that this wasn’t meant for public consumption, but even setting aside the semi-amateur production value, the message of this video was so unclear. Perhaps that’s indicative of the disarray or inattention to detail in Apple’s upper management at the time. I certainly can’t imagine them putting out something like this post-Jobs’ return.

    • Indeed, I have no clue what it was about, and I was around during those days and followed all the parallel development efforts.

    • Jeanne


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  • davekaplan

    I love this video. Super dun. Thanks for posting.

  • Sigivald

    I still have a Umax C600, I think the 180MHz one.

  • Kip Beatty

    Wow, that’s so beautifully awful you can’t turn away.

  • I used to have this as a QT back in the nineties.

  • Mo

    Bafflingly bad.