NINETY MINUTES LONG. Watch the beginning of the Mac era…
The Boston demonstration came one week after the Mac’s more well-known unveiling to a group of Apple investors at Cupertino’s Flint Center and mirrors the content of the earlier presentation, though with a more polished feel. Boston-area videographer Glenn Koenig preserved and digitized the footage, which was first published by Time’s Harry McCracken.
One difference from the Cupertino staging comes toward the end of the 90-minute video, when a group of original Mac team members take the stage for a question-and-answer session. Jobs is joined by Bill Atkinson, Steve Capps, Owen Densmore, Andy Hertzfeld, Bruce Horn, Rony Sebok, Burrell Smith and Randy Wigginton.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak — who famously was not part of the Mac team — was also present.