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  • New Details Emerge About Prague's Apple Museum

    Residing in the capital city of the Czech Republic is a museum quite like no other -- an unofficial Apple museum housing artifacts and memorabilia from the world's most profitable tech company.

    According to the museum's marketing materials, there are now close to 500 exhibits on display at the museum, objects that relate to practically anything and everything ever built by the Cupertino, California-based company.

    Apple, of course, hasn't commented on or helped to promote the Apple Museum. But it doesn't seem to mind its existence either, especially since all proceeds from admission are "donated to charity purposes."

    So what does the museum have on display today? The folks at Ars Technica (you can check it out here) have published a glossary of photos spotlighting plenty of exhibits. And more are planned. Additionally, we're told that in the works is a raw vegan restaurant called Steven's Food, which may attract some of the museum-goers who want to eat like Steve Jobs.

    Source: Ars Technica
    This article was originally published in forum thread: New Details Emerge About Prague's Apple Museum started by Michael Essany View original post