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Ever wanted to see what the Apple Store at the Infinite Loop campus looked like after its redesign in 2015 or how the first ever Apple Store in Stanford looked in 2001? Shop different. 😍
I don’t usually write much in the And Finally… I love the power of saying, “Trust me, click this. It’s worth your time”, but I had such a visceral reaction to this app that I had to say more. I bought my first Mac in San Diego in 2006, but as soon as I loaded up the Stanford store from 2001 in this app, I was transported back in time. I walked straight over to the left-hand side where I bought my Mac, and there were the PowerBook machines. They also had the exact coffee mug that I still drink coffee out of in the Infinite Loop store. I couldn’t help wishing it had the Infinite Loop store before the modernisation, where the shirts and other clothing were in a special section on the left-hand side as you walked in. It wasn’t as pretty as the newer stores, but it had charm.
This project from Michael Steeber has incredible attention to detail. Trust me, click this. It’s worth your time.