Macworld has compiled a roster of Apple’s various platforms used over the years, starting with the Apple I in 1976 and and closing with the present day iOS. Fans will recognize key efforts in the company’s catalog such as the Macintosh and Lisa but there are a few wildcards. The TechStep, for example, was designed to be used as a diagnostic tool, while the Apple-branded Pippin was manufactured and sold by Bandai as an entertainment computer that could also play games. If you need to brush up on the history of Apple’s hardware and platforms, then look no further.