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Apple Lisa Goes Open-Source To Mark 40th Anniversary Of ‘Most Important Flop’


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Not many people would recall using the first Apple Lisa. When it launched in 1983, it was marketed for business users and set them back nearly US$10,000 per unit. Owing to its steep price, and the fact that the more accessible Apple Macintosh and Lisa 2 arrived two years later, the desktop computer has been regarded as the tech giant’s “most important flop.”

In honor of the computer’s 40th anniversary on January 19, 2023, the Computer History Museum has released Apple Lisa’s source code to the public.

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