An interesting view of Apple’s “failed” devices via – forbes.com :
“Long ago, before the iPhone, before the iPod, before even the second coming of Steve Jobs, Apple was not the infallible juggernaut of innovation it’s known as today. The fanboys may not believe that there was a time when Apple could fail. But Allan Yogasingam has proof.
On Tuesday, Yogasingam, a tech researcher for hardware industry publication EE Times, dissected two lackluster Apple products from years’ past–the early handheld Newton and the gaming machine Pippin–at the Embedded Systems Conference here, tearing off the devices’ covers and prying off their components to analyze the machines’ flawed guts.”
(See the Pics HERE)