Revolution #1. Laptop = Studio
By the late '90s Apple laptops were powerful enough to produce entire albums on, letting musicians work anywhere at anytime. Moby's 1999 Apple laptop produced album Play sold 10 million copies worldwide beginning a new era of portability for musicians.
Radiohead front man Tom Yorke recorded his solo debut on a laptop in his tour bus. Legend has it that smash hits like Usher's "Love In This Club" and Rihanna's "Umbrella" were built around preset loops jacked from Apple's Garage Band software.
Lil' Wayne carries a mobile studio duffel bag that keeps him working around the clock. From the bedroom to the jetway Apple took music making out of the studio and into the world.