The Apple Museum Collection is a Steve Jobs-inspired exhibition in Prague that provides artifacts that span the tech giant and lifestyle brand's history. Some of the highlights of collection include every TIME Magazine covered featuring Steve Jobs and the Apple Lisa.
The private Apple Museum Collection also includes clothing worn by Jobs and examples of Apple products from 1976-2012. A timeline featured in the exhibition boasts each of the iPod iterations mapped out in colorful chronological order, with similar timelines displayed for the iPhone and iPad.
Reported to be the largest private collection of Apple artifacts, the Apple Museum in Prague also has iPads to guide visitors through their tour. The unique private historical effort is an example of the modern fascination with large brands and the cultures their spawn.
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This Apple Museum Collection is Inspired by Steve Jobs
- By: Rebecca ByersDec 31, 2015