1984 Apple’s Macintosh Commercial

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This was the commercial that introduced the Apple Macintosh Computer to the world.
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Watch Apple CEO Tim Cook unveil iPhone 4S and more at a special event on October 4, 2011.
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50 Responses to 1984 Apple’s Macintosh Commercial

  1. NickRamone0 says:

    I have won the battle against my computing choices…I love steve jobs….I .. I love steve jobs.

  2. TheMialani says:

    Goosebump when OI watch these video after reading the “steve jobs biography book!

  3. ChocolatePoop1301 says:

    @MrJustmeinspace You have no idea what you are talking about, but it is obvious that you are poor AND an idiot

  4. ChocolatePoop1301 says:

    @VaYankeeGrl somebody will no doubt do that one day

  5. sepppel9 says:

    @MrJustmeinspace
    Wrong, i have one

  6. iPhoneAppleMac says:

    I love Apple, don’t you too?
    Check my channel, and if you would, subscribe!
    Every view, rating, comment, most of all subscription helps.
    The more popularity, the sooner I get more Apple products, and videos for you!
    I will have contests when I have at least 5 Apple products, and you can be a lucky human being, and win one!
    I’m not being greedy or sellfish, I just want YOU to help.

    -iPhoneAppleMac

  7. Yousuck00 says:

    This commercial is so epic because it was direct by Ridley Scott, who directed Alien, Blade Runner, Gladiator, Black Hawk Down, Hannibal, American Gangster, and Body of Lies just to name of few. Steve Jobs had nothing to do with it.

  8. burnsriley says:

    The guy on the screen looks like Sniper from Team Fortress 2 LOL

  9. MrJustmeinspace says:

    only rich people and idiots buy a mac thats why she threw a crowbar at the tv

  10. technospaz12 says:

    great now we have to get a new screen

  11. snakelemon says:

    @SJM12492 It’s my brother’s birthday too :P

  12. SJM12492 says:

    That’s my birthday! Straaaange…

  13. jasonroxorz says:

    @jasonroxorz He openly admitted that he wasn’t much of an engineer. But Napoleon wasn’t famous for being a great shot. It was his ability to lead.

  14. jasonroxorz says:

    @therealhermione I’m well into reading his biography. What he meant when he said “Good artists copy. Great artists steal.” was that he would look at something another company had done, for example xerox and bitmapping, and he out and out stole that technology. It was legal, obviously, or xerox would have sued him. They basically gave him the tech, but in any case no it wasn’t his original idea. But he made it better and gave it the funding it deserved. He should be respected for his leadership.

  15. Sardonic100 says:

    Shoe’s on the other foot.

  16. LightningApple says:

    Uploaded in 2005!!!

  17. OlymPigs2010 says:

    …..TODAY is 1984 in the USA (as foretold by Orwell) and what “Brainwashed” Americans desperately need is for someone to hit them over the head with a Big Sledge Hammer to Wake them Up to Ac tion…to Fight the Fascists who control Wall St and Washington!!!

  18. therealhermione says:

    @jasonroxorz I think that he was talented. But I also think he wasn’t exactly someone to praise. Go look up some of the things he did while leading his company to the height it was at. He openly admitted to stealing other people’s work and to taking credit for something he didn’t do. I’m not sure what he actually created and what he didn’t, but I do know that, if even half of the articles printed about him are true, he’s not someone I’d ever admire.

  19. jasonroxorz says:

    MS fanboys everywhere! I’m typing this from a windows PC, but if you don’t respect Jobs for creating brilliant competition, for creating the smartphone, and for making some of the most reliable consumer products you just don’t get it. I have an Android and I’m running Windows 7 and I still respect Jobs for leading his company to the height it was at when he stepped down.

  20. Gabbsmo says:

    And because of “Wintel” PC:s Linus Torvalds could reanimate Unix in the form of Linux. If Unix had been left to die. There would have been no OS X, iOS or Android.

  21. Gabbsmo says:

    Do all the MS fanboys here realize that there were no such thing as Windows when this commercial was made? Gates and Jobs worked together on the Macintosh. Microsoft made the pre bundled software and Apple the rest, with a great deal of help from Xerox.

    Me, being a Mac user I’m happy that Microsoft broke off and created windows. If they hadn’t the mac would have been the only option, since it blew the IBM with OS/2 or DOS out of the water.

  22. TheEradicator13 says:

    @Fedorsha I’m right at the part where it’s mentioned and I figured I should watch it again for the full effect :)

  23. mathejoh says:

    This commercial is up there with pepsi mean joe green commercial from the 1970s

  24. Fedorsha says:

    I’m sure many people are looking up this commercial after reading about it in the Steve handjobs biography… It still possess more artistic style than 98% of todays corny heartless ads!

  25. 11ateneo11 says:

    thumbs up if you noticed that the ssteam mac os x commercial is very similar to this! XD

  26. NickRamone0 says:

    I have won the battle against my computing choices…I love steve jobs….I .. I love steve jobs.

  27. TheMialani says:

    Goosebump when OI watch these video after reading the “steve jobs biography book!

  28. ChocolatePoop1301 says:

    @MrJustmeinspace You have no idea what you are talking about, but it is obvious that you are poor AND an idiot

  29. ChocolatePoop1301 says:

    @VaYankeeGrl somebody will no doubt do that one day

  30. sepppel9 says:

    @MrJustmeinspace
    Wrong, i have one

  31. iPhoneAppleMac says:

    I love Apple, don’t you too?
    Check my channel, and if you would, subscribe!
    Every view, rating, comment, most of all subscription helps.
    The more popularity, the sooner I get more Apple products, and videos for you!
    I will have contests when I have at least 5 Apple products, and you can be a lucky human being, and win one!
    I’m not being greedy or sellfish, I just want YOU to help.

    -iPhoneAppleMac

  32. Yousuck00 says:

    This commercial is so epic because it was direct by Ridley Scott, who directed Alien, Blade Runner, Gladiator, Black Hawk Down, Hannibal, American Gangster, and Body of Lies just to name of few. Steve Jobs had nothing to do with it.

  33. burnsriley says:

    The guy on the screen looks like Sniper from Team Fortress 2 LOL

  34. MrJustmeinspace says:

    only rich people and idiots buy a mac thats why she threw a crowbar at the tv

  35. technospaz12 says:

    great now we have to get a new screen

  36. snakelemon says:

    @SJM12492 It’s my brother’s birthday too :P

  37. SJM12492 says:

    That’s my birthday! Straaaange…

  38. jasonroxorz says:

    @jasonroxorz He openly admitted that he wasn’t much of an engineer. But Napoleon wasn’t famous for being a great shot. It was his ability to lead.

  39. jasonroxorz says:

    @therealhermione I’m well into reading his biography. What he meant when he said “Good artists copy. Great artists steal.” was that he would look at something another company had done, for example xerox and bitmapping, and he out and out stole that technology. It was legal, obviously, or xerox would have sued him. They basically gave him the tech, but in any case no it wasn’t his original idea. But he made it better and gave it the funding it deserved. He should be respected for his leadership.

  40. Sardonic100 says:

    Shoe’s on the other foot.

  41. LightningApple says:

    Uploaded in 2005!!!

  42. OlymPigs2010 says:

    …..TODAY is 1984 in the USA (as foretold by Orwell) and what “Brainwashed” Americans desperately need is for someone to hit them over the head with a Big Sledge Hammer to Wake them Up to Ac tion…to Fight the Fascists who control Wall St and Washington!!!

  43. therealhermione says:

    @jasonroxorz I think that he was talented. But I also think he wasn’t exactly someone to praise. Go look up some of the things he did while leading his company to the height it was at. He openly admitted to stealing other people’s work and to taking credit for something he didn’t do. I’m not sure what he actually created and what he didn’t, but I do know that, if even half of the articles printed about him are true, he’s not someone I’d ever admire.

  44. jasonroxorz says:

    MS fanboys everywhere! I’m typing this from a windows PC, but if you don’t respect Jobs for creating brilliant competition, for creating the smartphone, and for making some of the most reliable consumer products you just don’t get it. I have an Android and I’m running Windows 7 and I still respect Jobs for leading his company to the height it was at when he stepped down.

  45. Gabbsmo says:

    And because of “Wintel” PC:s Linus Torvalds could reanimate Unix in the form of Linux. If Unix had been left to die. There would have been no OS X, iOS or Android.

  46. Gabbsmo says:

    Do all the MS fanboys here realize that there were no such thing as Windows when this commercial was made? Gates and Jobs worked together on the Macintosh. Microsoft made the pre bundled software and Apple the rest, with a great deal of help from Xerox.

    Me, being a Mac user I’m happy that Microsoft broke off and created windows. If they hadn’t the mac would have been the only option, since it blew the IBM with OS/2 or DOS out of the water.

  47. TheEradicator13 says:

    @Fedorsha I’m right at the part where it’s mentioned and I figured I should watch it again for the full effect :)

  48. mathejoh says:

    This commercial is up there with pepsi mean joe green commercial from the 1970s

  49. Fedorsha says:

    I’m sure many people are looking up this commercial after reading about it in the Steve handjobs biography… It still possess more artistic style than 98% of todays corny heartless ads!

  50. 11ateneo11 says:

    thumbs up if you noticed that the ssteam mac os x commercial is very similar to this! XD

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