Shrine of Apple (shrineofapple.com) was a collection of Apple hardware photos captured by the talented Jonathan Zufi. Zufi's beautiful product photography is showcased in his Iconic: A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation book.
For Apple technical specifications, you may find EveryMac.com helpful. Founded in 1996, EveryMac.com not only features stock photos and detailed specs, but also provides thousands of answers to Apple questions, original Apple prices from around the world, an extensive Apple Device Lookup function by serial number and other identifiers, and much more.
If you like Iconic, you might also enjoy these similar books about computers, technology, and industrial design:
- AppleDesign: The Work of the Apple Industrial Design Group: Poorly copyedited, but this book has incredible photos of Apple hardware from the 1980s and 1990s, even shots of previously unforeseen Apple prototypes.
- Keep it Simple: The Early Design Years of Apple: Written by the founder of frog design, which collaborated with Apple on its hardware in the late 1970s and early 1980s, this is a detailed look at a formative chapter of Apple's development.
- BRAUN: Fifty Years of Design and Innovation: A beautiful, coffee table-style book of decades of product designs from BRAUN, with a focus on Dieter Rams' work, a major influence on Jonathan Ives, Apple's most famous industrial designer.
- Sony Design: Making Modern: An attractive coffee table book covering decades of Sony's iconic hardware products from the TR-63 transistor radio in 1957 to the Playstation in the modern day.
- Home Computers: 100 Icons that Defined a Digital Generation: From MIT Press, a fun, photo-heavy trip down memory lane of home computers from the Minivac 601 in 1961 to the original Apple iMac in 1998.
With these books on your coffee table or in your bookshelf, you definitely can admire some of the top technical and industrial design from the last 70 years. Hope these choices are helpful to you.