Flashback: Steve Jobs Gives a Tour of the First Apple Store in 2001 [Video]

Jun 17, 2011 - 4 Comments

10 years ago Apple opened their first Apple Store in Tysons Corner, Virginia, and this video shows CEO Steve Jobs giving the first tour of the store. It’s a fun look at Apple’s recent past, and you’ll see a lot of hardware from yesteryear, including iBooks, flower power iMacs, PowerBook G4 Titaniums, PowerMac G4’s, you’ll even catch a glimpse of Mac OS 9 and the original Mac OS X 10.0 box. Watch carefully and you’ll hear Steve reference “MP3 players” that are sold as accessories in the store, because the iPod wasn’t even out yet. Oh how times have changed!


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Fun


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  1. Denus says:

    I’m sure a lot of Apple users are missing Steve right now.
    The debacle with Yosemite and IOS 8 is showing well how important Steve was for the company.

  2. Alexander says:

    I like that there is a phone at Genius bar. Ha!

  3. vale says:

    I love the part when he’s going behind the desk of the Genius Bar and says: “I’m not a genius…”.
    I think you are Steve!

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