Today in Apple history: Apple ships its last Mac with a CRT monitor


July 5, 2006: Apple discontinues its low-end eMac product line, signaling the end of the cathode ray tube era for Macs. After more than a quarter-century using CRT monitors, Apple shifts to the superior LCD technology still used for Macs today. The rise and fall of CRT monitors Apple sold CRT monitors beginning in 1980 […]

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