Prague museum puts world's largest collection of Apple gear and memorabilia on display
If you happen to live or are traveling to Prague in the Czech Republic, you can check out a newly opened third-party museum that shows off a lot of Apple's devices, along with some other related pieces of memorabilia. The Apple Museum says it has the world's largest private collection of Apple products.
Reddit user "eirunning85" posted a number of pictures he took on his visit to the Apple Museum on Imgur, and the exhibit space certainly looks impressive, with displays showing off the first Apple computer all the way to the most recent Macs, iPads, iPhones and more. It also includes some items like the high school yearbooks of Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, official business cards for Jobs while he worked at NeXT Computer and Pixar and much more.
The Apple Museum does charge for entry into its exhibit, but the website states that all ticket proceeds go to unnamed charities. It's not clear how long the Apple Museum will stay open in Prague but its website hints it may travel to other cities in the future.
Source: Apple Museum, "eirunning85" (Imgur); Via: The Next Web
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