A number of products made by Apple have been highlighted as being part of a recent technology revolution.
Brad Reed, writing for PCworld.com, said that for the past dozen years, Steve Jobs, chief executive of Apple, has led the firm to bigger and smaller product ventures.
The 2001 launch of the iPod is where Apple cemented its status as this decade’s comeback kid, according to Mr Reed.
This was then backed up by the 2006 release of the MacBook Pro, MacBook and MacPro, integrating Intel processors into its computers for the first time.
In the following year, Apple unveiled its iPhone and iPod Touch, which “turned the wireless phone market permanently on its head”, according to the expert.
Mr Reed also said that despite not being a revolutionary innovation, the MacBook air launch in 2008 served as a nice new product to show off while Apple worked on its iPad tablet.
It is this tablet which is currently being greatly anticipated, with the stylish device set to be released later this year.