3. Power Mac G4 enclosure with ability to have two internal optical drives (two words)
4. What device was digitally inserted into the 2004 version of the 1984 Ad?
9. Apple invented this high speed connection system for hard drives, video cameras and now networking
10. Small box like machine
12. Person credited with creating the Macintosh
13. Original name of Apple’s office package
15. Name of “Defunct” Mac OS 8
17. Macintosh introduced in 1986, and had code name of Mr T
19. iMac was the first Mac produced with out one of these drives
20. Australia’s Leading Apple Macintosh User Group
21. Director of first Macintosh Advertisement (first & last name)
22. Apple Server Solution
24. Macintosh originally created for the Education market
25. First Macintosh to introduce USB
26. Company who manufactured the 68000 chips used in original Macintosh?
27. Name of Steve Job’s daughter (a computer was named after her)
28. What did LC stand for?
1. Most popular Mac clone manufacturer (two words)
2. Year the Macintosh was released. Nineteen-Eighty-xxxx
3. Popular Macintosh Magazine
5. The 6100, 7100 and 8100 were the first generation
6. Apple CEO who signed “the worst contract Apple ever has made” that agrees that Microsoft may use some Mac GUI technologies
7. Apple branded LCD display
8. Publisher of Crossword Forge (two words)
11. Application detailing information on all Macintosh systems
14. Suite of productivity applications “for the rest of our lives”
16. First Macintosh Clone License holder
18. Which major sporting event was the 1984 Ad originally shown?
23. First Spreadsheet for the Macintosh
25. First Macintosh to include Nubus slots
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