📅 October 05, 2011     🕐 1 minute read

Apple Predicting Siri, FaceTime and the iPad in 1987 [video]

Concept video showing off the applications behind Apple’s “Futureshock” Knowledge Navigator concept device from 1987.

Back in 1987 during the era of John Sculley, Apple released a “what if” video describing a device called the Knowledge Navigator. This prescient work anticipated a personal digital assistant a la Siri, a touch screen tablet computer like the iPad, videoconferencing (FaceTime) and more.

Check out the video after the break…

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