Go Back to Opening Day at the Apple Store With This Crazy App – Review Geek

Michael Steeber

Walking into an Apple Store can bring back memories of iPods, iMac G3s, and those 2000s Apple commercials. But you don’t have to rely on old memories to travel back in time. A new application developed by Michael Steeber allows you to revisit the most famous Apple Stores during their opening days.

The application, called Apple Store Time Machine, is free to install and works on both Apple Silicon and Intel Macs. It is intricately detailed and includes four locations: Apple Tyson Corner in Virginia (2001), Apple Stanford Mall in California (2004), Apple Fifth Avenue in New York (2006), and the beloved Apple Infinite Loop in California. (2016) .

You can interact with multiple items in the Apple Store Time Machine, including computers, software, and phones. But I’m just shocked at the detail. Even if you visited these stores on opening day, you will find new things that you missed or forgot, including raffle coupons.

Again, the Apple Store Time Machine is free to install on Mac computers. It does not work on Windows without VM.

Lance B. Holton