Watch Steve Jobs Publicly Demo the First Macintosh in 1984

It has been 30 years since Apple first launched the Macintosh, and this week has been cluttered with clever tributes and celebrations. Members of the Boston Computer Society have uncovered a never-before-seen video of Steve Jobs' second presentation of the Mac at Boston's John Hancock Hall.


Here is the full video:

The clip has been hidden for 30 years and has now been archived in the Computer History Museum. The 96-minute video above shows a new insight into how users embraced the computer at its original launch.

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