Steve Jobs reignited interest in technology 24 years ago

Tech may be seductive, thanks in large part to Steve Jobs and the iMac, which was introduced 24 years ago this week.

The personal computing landscape was dominated by so-called white-box PCs. They were always white or beige rectangles with many replaceable storage slot

The iMac’s unique design was born out of a desperate need to not just shake things up in a drab industry, but also to save Apple from extinction.

Steve Jobs returned to Apple a year or so before the first iMac was shown. According to Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs biography, the idea was to produce “a complete package