PC Magazine posts steamy Apple Porn slideshow

“Like looking at pretty pictures of sexy tech? Have we got the slideshow for you: The steamiest Apple pics,” Kyle Monson writes for PC Magazine.

“In 1998, a struggling Apple Computer, Inc. released the iMac G3, an all-in-one desktop PC that was roughly the size of the CRT monitors we were all using back then. And instead of beige, the iMac was translucent ‘Bondi-blue’ plastic. Computers could be translucent? In colors named after beaches?! The geeks were stunned,” Monson writes.

Apple’s been sexing up technology and fusing the design and tech worlds together ever since, with attractive and innovative hardware like the iPod, iMac G4, Power Mac Cube, iPod nano, and the iPhone. And don’t forget what the company’s done for the comeliness of software with OS X and iTunes. For our steamy Apple Porn slideshow, we’ve unearthed 25 explicit pictures from the PCMag.com archives of the drool-worthiest tech Apple has offered since the turn of the century,” Monson writes.

Full article, with link to slideshow, here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Corinne” for the heads up.]



  1. Not that great especially since I’m a reader and subscriber of one of, if not the best Mac magazine in the world: iCreate. Real Apple porn and only a sample of what they call iCandy is available here: http://www.icreatemagazine.com/desktops.html
    Scroll down the page and you’ll see Celebrity Desktops pretty cool iPod ad rip offs featuring Bart Simpson, The Beatles and Darth Vader and the like. Next is Apple History Desktops a little cartoon with a bit of Apple’s past some are tid-bits that lots of folks may or not know. And finally Apple Porn! Multi-angle and very creative, no pun intended, Hardware Desktops. The magazine also features Retro iCandy. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”wink” style=”border:0;” /> In my google search of iCreate I found that online there are PDF downloads of some of their earlier issues. They’ve always been ahead of everyone else and have offered PDFs of previous issues on their pack-in disc.

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