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I, Woz: iPods and iMacs

In Chapter 20, Wozniak has this to say about the iMac and the iPod: "It's funny because the products that people credit with bringing Apple back to life -- the iPod and the iMacs -- all of them were in the design phase when Apple was in trouble." What do you think of Wozniak's comment? How many of you are iMac and iPod users? Had you heard of or used Apple before the iMac or the iPod? What advantages does it give Apple that the word "iPod" has become synonymous for MP3 player?

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