Poland hosts Apple museum

In the fall, a space dedicated to the evolution of Apple products through the history of the company will open in Warsaw.

The Norblin Factory complex in Warsaw, Poland will host a 325 square meter museum in honor of Apple this fall. There will be 1,500 pieces related to the development and evolution of the company's products.

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The promoters of the project claim that it is the most comprehensive collection of its kind in the world, including interactive pieces like computers, accessories, smartphones, software, peripherals, posters, commemorative gadgets and more. Prototypes that never reached the production stage, as well as commercial failures, will be presented. The starting point of the visitor's journey will be a functional replica of the Apple I computer, signed by Steve Wozniak, co-founder of the company.

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The exhibits are functioning (or are being restored) and visitors will be able to test them under the supervision of a guide. Animations, audios and infographics will provide the socio-cultural context of the objects presented, as well as technical information.