Now this is an unusual setup
It features a "headless" MacBook Air and two retro Macs.
Redditor RRR loves the look of old Apple computers, but needs the power of modern hardware.
For proof, check out the unusual setup below. RRR made some clever modifications, including running a “headless” M1 MacBook Air as the main machine. The iMac G3 and Mac SE/30 got some sweet hacks, too. See the post for details.
Also in today’s newsletter:
SwitchEasy’s fabulous Skin Silicone Magnetic Apple Watch Band is a hot seller. We finally got all four colors back in stock and marked down by 20% to just $23.99.
The latest twist in the saga of iPhone 15 cables is that they might not suck after all, at least for the Pro models.
Amazingly, this fast-charging power bank costs less than $20.
Big news in the world of mechanical keyboards: Cherry just updated its beloved clicky switches.
We review the qCharge 2.0 Apple Watch power bank and give it four-and-a-half stars out of five. I have one and it’s great for traveling or weekends away.
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Spent the day working with Vision Pro. I can’t say anything about it but I can’t stop smiling 😍
I encourage you to experiment with visionOS, and apply to one Developer Lab in Cupertino, London, Munich, Shanghai, Singapore, or Tokyo!
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Aug 24, 2023
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Aug 25, 2023
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