All About Apple Museum
The All About Apple Museum is located in Savona, Italy. As its name states, this museum is dedicated to Apple history. Its collections have hundreds of photos going back to the origins of the company and to Jobs’ and Wozniak’s earliest computers, and it exhibit thousands of Apple-related items from all the eras of Apple’s history.
The All About Apple Museum is considered one of the world’s biggest museums entirely dedicated to the history of Apple. The museum exhibits more than one thousand computers. Visitors can also admire over two hundred old monitors and about the same number of printers, some of them dating of the first years of Apple. Dozens of rare pieces have been donated by enthusiasts. For example a Power Macintosh G3 from the late 1990s is one of the most precious pieces.
Some of the vintage computers on display are really unique and a few of them are functioning. Visitors have the chance to try them, using old style keyboards and other gadgets.
One of the most amazing collections is composed of magazines and revues, such as this launch issue of MacWorld.
But the museum’s hardware collection also includes digital cameras and other devices. For example, a QuickTake 200, the digital photo camera launched in 1994, is on display.
Not every item that the museum possesses is on display. Many items are stored for use as spare parts for the devices on show and assure thus the functioning of the models on display.
Curiously enough, the museum has no official relationship with Apple Inc. But the Cupertino electronic giant can’t be more happy with this publicity in Italy and throughout all Europe.
Address of the All About Apple Museum:
Piazza De Andrè 12r-14r 17100
Savona (SV), Italy
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