35 years of Apple design – In his coffee-table book "Iconic," Jonathan Zufi shares photographs of nearly every Apple product ever created. It showcases many long-forgotten products, like this color plotter from 1984.
Apple III – Zufi was given access to old Apple prototypes -- early test versions of products. Some, like this Apple III, went on to be hit products, while others never saw the light of day outside of Cupertino.
Lisa 2 – The Lisa 2 was released in 1984 and sold for what is now a mind-blowing $3,495 to $5,495. Its name was derived from Local Integrated System Architecture, but is generally acknowledged to have been named for founder Steve Jobs' daughter.
Powerbook 170 – It doesn't look much like the Apple products that had come before it, or that would come after. But this rare, special-edition Powerbook 170 was released in Japan in 1991.
Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh – The limited-edition Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh was sold in 1997 to mark Apple's two decades of existence. It went for $7,499. As with many other products, Zufi focused on one small detail instead of photographing the whole product.
Newton – This is a prototype of the Newton, a "personal digital assistant" that-predated smartphones by a decade or so. It failed commercially, but remains beloved by some diehard Apple fans.
iPod Classic – There have been six generations of the iPod Classic. As the digital music players get smaller and more colorful, the Classic maintains the form of the original and can now hold a whopping 160 GB worth of media.
Macintosh Powerbook G4 – With the exception of prototypes, Zufi said than all of the products he featured, like this Macintosh Powerbook G4 from 2001, were purchased on eBay. He says he's resold most of them.
Graphics Tablet packaging – In addition to the products themselves, Zufi included several photographs of them in their original packaging. This battered box held a Graphics Tablet, a very early device that could be used to draw images on the Apple II.
iPhone – It says something about the fast-moving world of consumer technology that this image of the first-generation iPhone, released in 2007, already looks like a loving tribute to a gadget of the past.
Magic Mouse – The Magic Mouse, released in 2009, was the first commercially available mouse with multi-touch capabilities. It allows swiping and scrolling along its surface, mimicking the way people interact with their smartphones and tablets.
iPad Mini – Zufi said he wanted to avoid images that looked like promotional product shots. He often focused on small details of Apple products, like this iPad Mini.
iPods – Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak wrote a foreword to Zufi's book, calling it "a thoughtful and artistic gift to Apple fans and employees alike."
Tribute to Steve – The only non-Apple product in "Iconic" appears in its final image. A pair of glasses like those worn by co-founder Steve Jobs, who died in 2011, appear beside two words of text: "Thank you."