Before Apple developed the iOS 6, the iPhone or the iPad, apparently its inventory consisted of, among other things, bright-colored clothing.
While no one has an excuse for the way they dressed in the decade prior to the 90s, "The Apple Collection," a clothing line developed by Apple in 1986, succumbed to quirky shirts and shorts donned with rainbow-shaded Apple logos.
One might imagine a sleeker look that involves a black turtle neck shirt and jeans as worn by Apple's late leader Steve Jobs. But contrary to those beliefs, the Apple clothing line was dominated by the 80s fashion trends of trucker style hats, bright sweatshirts, and a series of jaunty sportswear.
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