Apple's first great success is the Apple II that they display at a computer fair and use extensively in the Apple offices.
Year of feature (shown above)
There's a glaring problem with timeline accuracy of the hardware in the screen-capture below.
It's April 1977, the Apple II is being introduced at the West Coast Computer Fair. That appears to be an actual vintage Apple ][, notice the raised power-light key (later model Apple II and the II Plus had it flush with the case).
..But what's this? A Monitor II display? That wasn't released until 1984 and this is supposed to be 1977! They should have used a household B&W TV set, or one of those boxy-looking 9" monochrome CRT's that were commonly used with early Apple II's. It's interesting to note Apple didn't even manufacture its own CRT until at least May 1980.
Another technical error pertaining to the design of the Apple ][ - the pre-release design didn't have the vent slots along the sides, and since Woz was lamenting about only having 3 of them, we can assume these would have been pre-release machines.