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Apple Macintosh: 30 years on from Steve Jobs launch

27 January 2014 Last updated at 07:20 GMT

Thirty years ago, Steve Jobs released the Apple Macintosh to the world to great acclaim and excitement.

The machine fundamentally changed the way people used home computers; instead of being simple text-input machines it used a graphical interface that set the benchmark for computing for decades to come.

To celebrate its anniversary, several of the founding members of the Mac design team got together in Apple's California hometown, Cupertino, to reminisce about the days spent working on the machine in the run-up to the seminal launch event.

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