In the midst of a CES that is more about Apple than ever before -- despite the obstinate refusal of the company to have any presence at it -- two of Apple's reinventions that formed a core part of the OS X experience have had birthdays this week. Ten years ago on Monday, in January 2003, Apple created its own Internet browser: Safari
. Twelve years ago Wednesday, iTunes
was born from the purchase of SoundJam MP
and debuted at the 2001 San Francisco MacWorld.