See How Homepage Has Evolved Over The Past Two Decades – Time-Lapse Video

Ali Salman
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Apple has come a long way. From software to groundbreaking hardware that shaped smartphones, tablets and more that we use today. The company has gone through various shifts and turns that it thought was a necessary change. There's no better way to feel the change than watch it. The video below shows how Apple's homepage, has evolved over the past two decades.

Apple's Evolved Homepage Has Gone Through Serious Variations

It has been the first to let go of the conventional ways of how we interact with technology. This includes the 'courage' to let go of the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. It might be somewhat controversial move from Apple, but in the end, we will see other smartphone manufacturers to follow in Apple's footprints.

The video gives us a clear glimpse of what Apple was and what it is now, drifting through time and breaking barriers in technology as we speak., the company's official consumer-facing website has gone through the same variation. The website displays Apple's current and previous products that it launched in the past. It serves the individual users' product needs and their availability.

The interesting aspect to see in the video apart from the changing products is the fact how its website has evolved over time. Apple kept up with the web publishing trends and managed to convey what it wanted across the globe. Currently, Apple displays all of its product categories at the top, a panel designed separately that will take you to your desired product or service. It's neat and extremely easy to navigate. Check out the time-lapse video below for a deeper insight into's homepage evolution.

The video is a 3 minute short time-lapse, displaying how the homepage has evolved over the past decade from 1996 to 2016. If you look at it with a perspective, you'll see all your favorite products in a chronological order which might grab your interest. There are iPods, iMacs and of course, the iPhones. You'll see how the products have shifted from a traditional point to what we see and use now.

The nostalgic video shows great diversity in terms of products and services. Moreover, the overall design and layout of the homepage has also been a subject of novelty. The change in trends is great and we can't help but wonder what the company might be up to in the next two decades to come.

This is it for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the evolution for the past two decades? Share your thoughts in the comments.


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