In the 80s, Apple was a sparkling and innovative company, and it was natural to expect a great evolution in the ten years to come.
A video, from 1987, it shows in a rather bizarre way a world of 1997 totally “applecentric” and full of innovations that in part we still await today.
Between an entry into the world of (public) telephony, a couple of "Apple Glass" and even satellites with apples, all sorts of amenities stand out: "there is no doubt," commented the CEO of the time from 1997, " that the 90s were Apple's decade ”.
Curiously, it will be the worst period for the Cupertino company: in 1993 Scully himself will let go of the reins, and March 1996 will be the worst quarter, such as to jeopardize the very survival of the group.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak comes out in the video with a series of funny observations on the future of computers, also hypothesizing their use in the field of psychotherapy: "A talking computer is not a big deal," He says. "One who really listens, that's a revolution!"
And it does not end here: there is room for everything, from holograms to an embryonic hypothesis of the Net. In short, a parody full of brilliant insights into the future. It's funny, but still has something to say :)