Apple may soon return to the original logo that was used by the company from 1976 to 1988, writes MacRumors with reference to the source. “Apple may be planning to revert to using the classic rainbow logo this year, a source told Macrumors, which, in turn, refers to a corporate Apple employee in Cupertino”, the portal says. Most likely, the “new” logo will initially appear on the line of Mac computers because it was used on the original Macintosh in 1984 and at many other Apple computers before and after it. “Rainbow, or “six-color” Apple logo first appeared on Apple II in 1977 and was widely used until 1998, when it was replaced by the monochrome logo, similar to the one used today,” reports the portal. In addition, MacRumours has not ruled out the possibility of issuing a special line of iPhone and iPad with rainbow logo — similar to a range of devices from Product Red.

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