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Apple’s Creative Designs in MoMA Collection

Saturday Sep 3, 2011
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Jonathan Ive, the chief designer at Apple, has six of his creations in the Architecture and Design collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York:

- G4 Cube Computer. The computer is squeezed into a plastic cube roughly eight inches on each side.

- G4 Cube Speakers. Transparent spherical speakers for the G4 Cube.

- iSub. Subwoofer designed with Harman Kardon.

iMac G4 Desktop. Unlike the original iMacs, which are shaped like futuristic TVs, this model looks like the base of a lamp with a flat-panel monitor attached.

- iBook. Laptop computer.

- iMac G4 Desktop. Unlike the original iMacs, which are shaped like futuristic TVs, this model looks like the base of a lamp with a flat-panel monitor attached.

- iPod. The original model from 2001.

Note: Museums typically display only a small portion of their collections at any given time.

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