Monday, November 18, 2019

Mac App Store basics for new users

iDownloadBlog

Mac The Knife Y2K t-shirt XL

This is a Mac The Knife, MTK : Y2K : NYC short sleeve t-shirt. This is the MacWeek Rumors column icon and is very similar to the example shown on page 184 of the Apple T-Shirts book. This may be one of the few remaining survivors of the "Mac The Knife parties thrown by MacWeek on the Tuesday before each Macworld Expo."

It has been washed once or twice but looks brand new. "Mac" - the silk screened Shark graphic - and the text are mint. Made by Fruit of the Loom 100% Heavy pre-shrunk cotton and it is Made in Canada! How rare is that?

The size is XL and the color is black. The Shark is on the front and the Mac the Knife Y2K NYC sponsors are on the back. It also has MacWeek.com MWNY 07.20.2000 on the back. It extremely rare and is priced at $175 for the dedicated Apple collector. Contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel to inquire. All KootenayMac shirts are available for local pick-up or mailing at costs of postage.

Mac the Knife - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Saturday, November 16, 2019

Apple Logo Pens and Pencil

4 pens and 1 pencil - all new old stock and Apple branded. Kind of cool and hard to find items you don't see around much anymore - and a nice addition to your collection. The Apple University pen has a yellow highlighter on one end and a ball point pen on the other. Available as a set for $28 plus postage. A bonus window cling sticker is included. There are other individual collectible Apple items - click the labels below. To inquire further, contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Friday, November 15, 2019

Mac: Your System Is Infected With (3) Viruses, Fix

macReports

ROXIO TOAST LOGO T-SHIRT 2XL

This is a great "Warhol" style short sleeve black crew neck t-shirt. The shirt is made by Fruit of the Loom. Size/brand info was printed inside the shirt - no tag - but I can't make out the size. Measurements are consistent with XXL or 2XL. Chest measurement side to side is 25". The fabric is cotton.

Shirt front features the Roxio logo. On the back there is a large graphic of cd's in toasters. Text says, "TOAST the art of burning". Priced at $12 - mailing at cost. There is another Toast T-shirt available - click the Roxio label below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Thursday, November 14, 2019

How To Keep Your MacBook From Overheating

macReports

Apple Student Union promo t-shirt new in bag

This is a brand new unopened factory sealed vintage Apple campus promo t-shirt. It is green with Student union on the front and an Apple logo on the back.

This rare shirt promoted the iPod and iBook bundles for the Apple Education markets on college campuses. It was distributed only to Apple personnel promoting the Education bundles. The charging wire between the devices forms an ampersand (&) symbol.

It is a size XL made in Mexico by Comfort Colors of 100% preshrunk cotton. There are two available and the price is $30 each. There is also a well washed and quite faded green size Large available for $12. Other colors from more recent and very similar Apple promotions are also available - click the Student union label below. Shipping is at cost of postage. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel


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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

How To Download Old Mac OS X & macOS: Mojave, El Capitan, Sierra, & More

Macworld UK

Apple Final Cut Pro 4 development team T-shirt

Rare Apple Final Cut Pro 4 T-shirt for Apple Computer employees celebrating the Final Cut Pro 4 software release. The Final Cut Pro movie clapboard logo is printed on the front and an Apple logo is printed on the sleeve. Final Cut Pro 4 is printed on the back. The color is black, the fabric is 100% pre-shrunk cotton. It is made by Hanes Beefy-T in Haiti and is a men's extra large (XL 46-48) in very good previously washed condition.

These shirts were specifically made for the Final Cut Pro 4 software development team. This one was sourced from a high tech collector in Cupertino California and is priced at $45. Very few were made and you may never see one offered for sale elsewhere. Mailing is at cost of postage. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

How to use tags on Mac to organize files and folders

iDownloadBlog

a collection of 10 Apple operating system T-shirts

This is an impossible to buy anywhere else collection of Apple promo and launch T-shirts for 10 different Macintosh operating systems. The collection goes from OS 8 to OS X 10.8 missing only 9 and 10.1 Puma. Included are System 8 and 8.5, 10.0 Cheetah, 10.2 Jaguar, 10.3 Panther, 10.4 Tiger, 10.5 Leopard, 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.7 Lion and 10.8 Mountain Lion.

They are all size XL except the 10.3 Panther which is a Large. The Mountain Lion is available in S/M/L or XL (all brand new). The Lion, Mt. Lion, 8 and 8.5 are new, some are still sealed in a factory bag. The rest have been washed once or twice and are excellent condition; the Cheetah is in very good condition. This genuine Apple promo collection of 10 Macintosh OS shirts is priced at $590 plus insured postage. The eight OS X shirts, minus the System 8 and 8.5 shirts, are priced at $490 plus postage at cost.

The Jaguar poster is available separately in a heavy cardboard tube for $50 plus postage. Additional Mt. Lion shirts are $75 each. A new sealed 10.5 Leopard XL shirt can be substituted for $25 more. A new Medium button front khaki Team Jaguar short sleeve shirt is available, click the Jaguar label below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

read about the launch dates for OS X versions at OS X - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Saturday, November 09, 2019

Apple Computer Vintage Logo Wall Clock

"A is for Apple" was an '80's Apple ad campaign. This analog Apple clock measures approximately 10 inches in diameter, has a white frame with clear plastic lens over the face, and the quartz movement runs on one AA battery. Clock was purchased from GoldenOldieClocks of Post Falls Idaho and is not a genuine Apple product but would go well in any Apple collection. It is not silent, the ticking is audible, but it keeps accurate time and is large enough to read across the room. This clock is priced at $35 plus shipping at cost or local pick up. There was one recently on eBay for $90. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

the original "A is for Apple" ad

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Friday, November 08, 2019

Frank Kozik "Publish or Perish" 1996 Power Computing Seybold poster

"You can take my Mac when you pry my cold dead fingers off the mouse!"
This poster is a very rare and collectible silk screened original print by the famous rock poster artist Frank Kozik. He did a series of prints for the Power Computing company that were part of their guerrilla marketing campaign to "fight back for the Mac" in 1996 and 1997.

The original owner had this to say about the poster: "As you can see this is the one with the girl and the gun and an American flag uttering the greatest line in Mac history! I picked up this one at the P-C booth at the show, it was a very cool and defiant giveaway from the "darkest days" of Apple, some say these were the spark that brought them back from the brink."
Read more »

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Thursday, November 07, 2019

11 things you probably didn't know about Apple's Photos app

Apple Must

Apple G5 Launch Poster 2004

This is the Apple poster for the G5 introduction in 2003. The bottom text reads Introducing the World's first 64-bit personal computer. Apple Power Mac G5

This poster shown on the left << is as new, never displayed, no holes, minimal edge creases and is from a private collection of a long-time Apple employee. The size is approx. 36x24 inches and will ship rolled in a heavy cardboard tube - postage at cost. It is priced at $85. A second poster (see pic right >>) with a few wrinkles but no tears or holes is available for $70.

There is a matching G5 launch black and silver T-shirt - click the G5 shirt label below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Wednesday, November 06, 2019

How to delete a virtual desktop in mac osx

Jonathans Blog

Georgetown Apple Store T-Shirt sealed in box

Georgetown Apple Store T-Shirt - it is in a white unopened factory sealed box. Only 1000 were given out at the Georgetown Apple Store Grand Opening on June 18, 2010. It is probably a size Large and media reports and YouTube videos indicate the shirts were black. The shirt shown is an example only as the box is unopened.

According to The Washington Post, Apple is formally opening its Georgetown location after years of long arguments over the storefront design. In fact, it took Apple about three years to schedule this Grand Opening, the report reveals. The Georgetown store is Apple’s 290th retail establishment so far.

This shirt is priced at $60 and will be shipped in a second protective box unless you specify it be opened and flattened for mailing. Postage will be at cost. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Tuesday, November 05, 2019

MacBook Charger Not Working! How To Fix A Mac That Won't Charge

Macworld UK

Apple 5th Gen Special Edition (Product)Red iPod Nano and shirt collection

This is the 5th gen iPod Nano with video. It is the Special Edition (Product)Red version and comes with the original box, charging cable, Getting Started booklet and white Apple decals. It has been restored to factory settings and is in like new condition.

A matching new 5th gen iPod Nano promo shirt is also available. It is a size large made in the USA by American Apparel. It shows a red iPod on the front with the text "nano shoots video." The shirt was given to Apple employees for the launch of the new iPod nano and the new series is shown on the back. It was not available to the public and is out of production. The red was the rarest shirt as the (Product)Red nano was only available directly from Apple, not at the stores.

The iPod Nano is priced at $90 and the matching shirt is $30. They are available separately or as a set with insured shipping in a sturdy box at cost of postage. A new red aftermarket set of ear buds is included if purchased as a set. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Monday, November 04, 2019

Apple Store Employee New Hire 'The Journey Begins' T-Shirt


This 2nd generation Apple Store employee new hire T-Shirt was given out during orientation back in 2000. The front has a purple Apple logo and the back has "The Journey Begins". This is a rare collectors item and is a great addition for any Apple collection.

This is a size Large short sleeve Tee assembled in El Salvador of 100% preshrunk cotton components made in the USA by Hanes Beefy-T. It is not new and has been washed a couple of times but is in fine condition. It is priced at $30 and is available for mailing at cost of postage. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

see The Journey Begins shirt (and others) at: Apple T-shirts and Memories - TikiRobot!

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Saturday, November 02, 2019

10 Pack of Rare Official Apple Folders

• Brand new - Factory-sealed
• 10 folders/bundle - 2001 vintage
• 2 pockets/folder - one with business card slot
• 12" W x 9" H x .25" thick - matte finish cardstock

These folders were only available to Apple resellers or employees. The new old stock factory sealed bundle contains 10 double-pocket presentation folders with the aqua blue Apple logo on the front and "apple.com" in black Apple Garamond lettering on the back. Priced at $10 for a pack of 10 - several packs available - with mailing at cost (Missingbite had them for $9.95 per folder). To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Friday, November 01, 2019

Identify your iPad model

Apple Support

Classic Macintosh Power Computing T-shirt

This is a Power Computing size XL promo t-shirt from the 1996 ad campaign. It has awesome graphics from an Apple authorised Macintosh clone manufacturer. The shirt is not new, it has been worn once and then stored for over 10 years. It has only been washed one time and that was by hand. You may never find another one of these shirts for sale. The front with the company logo on it is no great shakes but the large back graphic by Frank Kozik thunders like Charlton Heston at an NRA convention. This super rare vintage Mac authorized clone promo shirt was slowly pried from the hands of a high-tech collector in Germany. It is priced at $175 and mailing with insurance is available at cost. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

Power Computing Corporation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Power Computing Corporation (often referred to as Power Computing) was the first company selected by Apple Inc to create Macintosh-compatible computers.

Power Computing Ad Campaigns "Power Computing never did back down from a good fight. The edgy ads led by Marketing Weasel Mike Rosenfelt got plenty of attention and sold a ton of computers."

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Thursday, October 31, 2019

How to download files using Safari on a Mac

Macworld UK

10" x 12" Vintage Rainbow Apple logo sticker

Large collectible bitten Apple rainbow logo sticker. Original classic colors and a very rare artifact of Apple corporate history. Fadeless vinyl, paper protection on both sides, photo shows translucent peel-off paper. Might be better suited to framing than applying to a surface.

This sticker was used on the Apple trucks and signs 25 years ago and measures about 10 by 12 inches. This very hard to find factory issued Apple decal is priced at $95 - includes protected insured postage. One only. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

to see the Apple logo on a tractor trailer loaded with Macintosh SE's leaving the factory at Fremont Calif. 30 years ago, go to the last minute of this YouTube video: Macintosh Factory - YouTube

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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

How to use Finder instead of iTunes on Mac to manage your devices

iDownloadBlog

New factory sealed vintage Apple G4 Cube T-shirt

This is a new never opened vintage Apple T-shirt promoting the 1999 launch of the G4 Cube. It was a very popular shirt and has become quite rare, especially unworn. It has Apple part number L05458A on the factory sealed bag. It is a Hanes Beefy-T 100% preshrunk cotton size XL shirt with USA made components assembled in Mexico. The front is shown in the photos. The back will have a small bitten Apple and the text Think Different.

This one is priced at $180 - a heck of a good deal for the dedicated collector of mint Apple T-shirts. They are now very rare in the wild. A new unworn unwashed but not in factory bag size XL is also available. Click the labels below. Shipping is to North America is included in the price of this shirt. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

read about the Power Mac G4 Cube - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Update your iPhone 5 to continue using App Store, iCloud, email, web, and other services

Apple Support

Gold label Apple Computer mugs collection

This is a collection of 3 excellent condition gilded Apple Computer ceramic mugs. The white center mug is decorated with the gold bitten apple logo and gold letters in the Garamond font. The Apple Specialist mug on the right has a gold bitten apple and white Garamond text. The red bitten apple mug on the left has Apple printed in gold Garamond font.

All 3 are unused and cabinet stored since the '80's. They have been assembled here as a set for the discerning Apple collector. They were all special presentation items and made in very limited quantities. This set of three gilt monogrammed Apple mugs is priced at $280 USD with double boxed and insured shipping at cost of postage. They are mirror displayed in front of a 24 x 36 iPhone 6 launch poster that is also available. There are a few other Apple mugs available - click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Monday, October 28, 2019

1995 SF MacWorld Macintosh Finder Icon Punk Rock T-Shirt

Rare Vintage 1995 San Francisco MacWorld Punk Rock Bondage A Go Go XL T-shirt

This is what the original owner had to say: "This is the most unique Apple T-shirt remaining in my collection and hardcore Mac collectors won't find this shirt anywhere else. On the front of the shirt there is a 'Happy Mac' system face logo only he's been re-imagined as a punk rocker with a Mohawk hair style and a safety pin in his face! He's also smoking a cigarette, or a more likely a joint! It advertises what must have been a vendor sponsored party called Mac Black '95: Bondage A Go Go January 4, 1995. It's condition is authentically "vintage" (think of it as a plus!) meaning that the shirt has been washed and worn but it is in excellent used condition with no tears, rips, stains, etc. The lettering and images aren't cracking but have some wear I am guessing is a kind of fading. The pics capture the actual condition. It was made back in 1995, so the quality reflects that period when computer tech freebies were usually expensively made when budgets were more flush."

The shirt is an XL Oneita Power-T made in the USA from 100% preshrunk cotton and sewn in Mexico. It is priced at $145 and that includes postage. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

(note the Mac the Knife shark on the back. and if this does not sell then it is fine with me - in 12 years of collecting I have never seen another one - just sayin'... )

Mac the Knife - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Saturday, October 26, 2019

iWoz - first edition hardcover signed by Woz

iWoz, by Steve Wozniak and Gina Smith, published 2006, 313 pages, hardcover with dust jacket, First Edition, signed with a Sharpie on title page by Woz, in excellent condition.

Synopsis
Once upon a time, computers looked like big, alien vending machines. They had large screens, cryptic switches, huge boxes, and odd lights. But in 1975, a young engineering wizard named Steve Wozniak had an idea: What if you combined computer circuitry with a regular typewriter keyboard and a video screen? The result was the first true personal computer, the Apple I. Widely affordable and easily understood, Wozniak's invention has been rapidly transforming our world ever since. His life--before and after Apple--is a "home-brew" mix of brilliant discovery and adventure, as an engineer, a concert promoter, a fifth-grade teacher, a philanthropist, and an irrepressible prankster. From the invention of the first personal computer to the rise of Apple as an industry giant, iWoz presents a no-holds-barred, rollicking, firsthand account of the humanist inventor who ignited the computer revolution.

This book is priced at $85 and is available for local pickup in Nelson or mailing at cost. There are other signed Woz items, click the labels below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Friday, October 25, 2019

New Infinite Loop T-shirt collection celebrates the Mac’s pirate legend

9to5Mac

Macromedia Freehand Graphics pin

This is a Macromedia Freehand Graphics Studio 7 pin. It measures 3 inches across and is in excellent condition. It has become quite rare in the wild and is offered for the high tech collector at $15 - includes postage. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

read more: Macromedia FreeHand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Thursday, October 24, 2019

How To Reset A Mac: Return to Factory Settings For Sale Or Disposal

Macworld UK

The Elementary Apple 1983 Apple II manual

Here is an instruction manual for early models of the Apple II family. Spiral bound in very good condition except the plastic spiral part has a cracked piece held by tape. This book is about 5/8" thick and measures approx. 6" x 8" closed. It is about 100 pages and is filled with tips and advice for using your Apple II. Published in 1983 by Reston, a Prentice-Hall company. It is priced at $35 with mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

How to clean up your Mac's desktop

iMore

Apple Store Employee iPod Nano Pocket Karma T-Shirt

This rare Apple Employee T-Shirt was the promo for the launch of the new iPod Nano "Product Red" Special Edition. A percentage of sales of the Product Red iPod Nano were given to Aids research. The front (shown) has "Pocket Karma" in white lettering. The back reads "Introducing iPod Nano (Product) Red Special Edition." The left sleeve features the bitten Apple logo.

It is a red size Medium short sleeve t-shirt, made in the USA by American Apparel of 100% cotton. This (Product) Red Nano shirt is in great condition - it has been washed once by an Apple employee in California. It is priced at $50 and is available for mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

(a size Small and Large are now also available - same as above)

read about Apple - iPod - (PRODUCT) RED - Help fight AIDS in Africa.

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Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Apple Warns Older iPhones May Fail If Not Updated Before Nov. 3

iDropNews

Apple Macintosh vintage bumper sticker collection

This is a collection of 6 genuine Apple and Macintosh bumper stickers in 3 different designs from the 90's. They are vinyl and tend to stretch and distort a bit though one of each design is markedly in better condition. The smallest sticker, top, is about 3x9.

The price for this collection is $135 and that includes postage. There are other Apple stickers and decals available - click the labels below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Monday, October 21, 2019

Apple Bondi launch "iMac Team. The Crazy Ones" T-shirt

This rare Apple employee shirt was only made available to the team that worked on the Bondi iMac launch in 1998. The Bondi was the computer that catapulted Apple into the bigs. The shirt was assembled in El Salvador by Hanes Beefy-T of 100% preshrunk cotton components that were made in the USA. It is a white size XL and it appears to be in brand new condition. On the front is printed "iMac Team - The Crazy Ones" and on the back is a vivid original Bondi Blue G3 iMac with the caption "iMac Team Survivor."

For those familiar with the company back in those hectic days the term survivor had special meaning as did The Crazy Ones. This extremely hard to find and highly collectible Apple iMac launch insider memento is priced at $140, postage at cost. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

other Crazy Ones items available, click the label below

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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Original 1983 Apple Lisa Computer Pin

For sale is an increasingly rare Apple dealers pin that was used to promote the sale of the Lisa computers in 1983. It is a metal cloisonne lapel pin with black enamel background and the bitten Apple rainbow logo. It measures 1" wide by 3/8" high and has a metal butterfly back clasp. There are 3 available, all unused brand new old stock, priced for the collector at $30 each postage included. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

The Apple Lisa name is the stuff of lore and you can read more at Apple Lisa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Friday, October 18, 2019

How to stop GoogleSoftwareUpdate.app from trying to run on your Mac

iMore

SUN MICROSYSTEMS -v3 Java Jar GlassFish

This is a Sun Microsystems Java Jar GlassFish size Medium T-shirt. This shirt is a promo for the Sun Java server release version 3. Jar is the file extension for Java Archive. It is a brand new Hanes Heavyweight made in El Salvador of 100% preshrunk cotton. Great graphics. The only one for miles around. It is priced at $25 with mailing at cost of postage to your town. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

Other Java shirts available, click the Java label below.

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Thursday, October 17, 2019

iPhoto no longer works in macOS Catalina. Here are your alternatives

Macworld

Classic Apple Macintosh Picasso XL Sweatshirt

This brand new white long-sleeved cotton/polyester sweat shirt was made in the USA by Hanes and is size Extra Large. This "Picasso" style design was made to promote the original Apple Macintosh in 1984. The back shows the Apple name in red Garamond font.

This sweatshirt is new old stock and has never been worn or washed. It hadn't even been taken out of the factory taped bag and touched in 26 years until opened to take the photo shown. This rare vintage Apple collectible is priced $145 and that includes postage. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

Wayback Machine Archive of Byte Cellar's "Picasso" Macintosh Logo info
The 'Picasso logo,' created by Tom Hughes and John Casado, Apple saw as the embodiment of what the Macintosh offered consumers: a vision of style, subtlety, and friendliness that was a marked departure from any other computing experience available to users at the time.

-- click the Picasso label below for other 1984 Apple items--

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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

How To Dual-Boot Mac: Run Two Versions Of macOS On A Mac

Macworld UK

psst: vintage Apple Computer G4 National Security Risk T-Shirt

Whoa! Here is a shirt you will not see again, and if you wear it you might not be seen again either. This one should quietly go into an extensive Apple T-shirt collection as a reminder of cheekier times at Apple. It is a Hanes Comfort-T assembled in Mexico of 100% preshrunk cotton USA made components. It is a one owner size Large in excellent condition with a large graphic on the back and a smaller version on the front chest. Under the G4 processor chip and the attention getting text is a small Get a Mac.

For additional background on the G4 chip, check this out: Was Apple's 1999 Power Mac G4 Really Classified as a Weapon?: “The Power Mac G4 was heralded as the world’s first personal supercomputer. It was so powerful it was even classified as a weapon by the U.S. government.”

This extremely rare Apple promo shirt is priced for the lawyered up Apple collector at $225. Caveat Emptor. Postage included. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel


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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Safari on iOS can be sending your browsing data to China's Tencent

AppleInsider

Mission: Impossible Apple product placement collection

Offered for sale is a collection of vintage Apple memorabilia from the original 1996 Tom Cruise Mission: Impossible movie. All 4 items feature the rainbow Apple logo. Apple Product Placement had arranged for the PowerBook to have a major role in the movie. At the top is the Apple Mission Impossible poster in mint condition. It is a gloss poster on white “cardstock” paper with no pinholes, tears or tape markings. It measures 26" by 38". It is priced at $75.

The matching companion black Apple Computer Expect The Impossible T-shirt is on the left. It has been washed but appears to be new with a bright crisp tag and no cracking on the screened graphics. It is a size XL Fruit of the Loom Heavy brand made in the USA of 100% preshrunk cotton. It is priced at $50.

To the right in the photo is the official Apple promo movie poster - it measures 13 x 19 inches. It is in very good condition and is printed on regular weight poster paper. This seldom seen Apple product placement poster is priced at $35.

At the bottom of the picture is a very rare Mission: Impossible hat with a plastic adjustable strap and an embroidered bitten Apple rainbow logo. It was made in the USA, is in good condition but is not new and is priced at $70.

The 4 piece collection is available for $250. If you choose not to include the hat, then the price is $180 and both posters and the shirt will fit in a single cardboard tube for mailing at cost of postage. Adding the hat will require a larger box. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

note the posters at this artist conception of the Apple Cafe

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Monday, October 14, 2019

How to thoroughly erase an old iPhone for trade-in or sale

AppleToolBox

Classic Macintosh T- Shirt: Been There... Done That!

This appears to be a brand new old stock unworn unwashed Apple computer shirt from back in the day. There are no visible signs of wear, no rips or snags. It is a Hanes Beefy-T size Large made in the USA of 100% preshrunk cotton. It has "Been There... done that!" on the front, and a list of accomplishments from 1984 to 1995 on the back.

This design is on the dust cover of the Apple T-Shirt Book and both sides are shown on page 181. It is the second incarnation of this design (the original which did not meet Apple shirt requirements). This shirt was sold in the Apple Company Store and referred to features Apple had developed and were being copied by Windows 95. There were  lots of Apple shirts in that era but few were chosen to be good enough for the Store.

It is very rare when this shirt is found in the wild in new condition. This highly collectible classic Macintosh shirt from back in the irreverent - and in Microsoft's face - days at Apple is priced at $125 with postage at cost. To see more shirts from the Apple T-Shirt Book, click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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