Newton Press box (1995)

Newton Press was a software application for the Newton, Apple’s handheld Personal Digital Assistant. On a two-page MessagePad Accessories sheet, Newton Press is described:

Newton Press
This easy-to-use software allows you to publish electronic documents such as travel itineraries, reference books, or sales charts on your personal computer for viewing and annotating on your MessagePad.

The box states:

“Create documents on your desktop computer, then publish them as Newton books. Drag and drop word processing documents, graphics files, or text created on your personal computer directly to the Newton Press application for simple, one-step creation of Newton electronic reference books. Or use the formatting capabilities to format your books, create tables of contents, establish paragraph links, and more. Anyone with a Newton personal digital assistant (PDA) can view, annotate, fax, or print the books you create.”

This copy of Newton Press is unopened and in its original shrink wrap.

Source: Apple

Macintosh Promo CD Fall 93 (unopened, 1993)

This unopened Macintosh Promo CD from Fall 1993 is unopened in its orignal shrink wrap. It promises “a way-cool experience for the eyes, ears, and mind.”

Although the CD is unopened, the back reveals that it contains music videos and audio tracks from Capitol Records, a “10 X 10” video from Tommy Boy Records, a “Mindstream” audio track from Mute Records, a “Sound” audio track from American Empire Records, and animation clips from Texas A&M.

Macintosh Garden indicates that this was a “Promotional CD distributed by Apple bundled with some AppleCD 300 and 300i drives.”

Source: Macintosh Garden

Mac OS X Server box (unopened, 2001)

This version of Mac OS X Server, Mac OS X Server 10.1, was code named “Puma” and was released on September 25, 2001, just four months after Mac OS X Server 10.0.

This version and its predecessor (v.10.0 “Cheetah”) of Mac OS X Server replaced Mac OS X Server 1.0 and added all the features of Mac OS X to the server product, beginning with the new Aqua user interface. Other significant additions included Apache, PHP, MySQL, Tomcat, WebDAV support, and Macintosh Manager 2.

File services included:

  • Macintosh (AFP over TCP/IP)
  • Windows (Samba; SMB/CIFS)
  • Internet (FTP)
  • UNIX and Linux (NFS)

Internet and web services included:

  • Apache web server
  • QuickTime Streaming Server
  • WebObjects 5 Deployment
  • Mail (SMTP, POP, IMAP)
  • WebDAV
  • SSL
  • PHP
  • MySQL
  • JavaServer pages
  • Java Servelets
  • Caching web proxy

This box is shrink-wrapped and has never been opened. It contains:

  • Mac OS X Server CD (v10.1)
  • Macintosh Manager 2 CD
  • NetBoot CD
  • WebObjects 5 Deployment CD
  • Developer Tools CD
  • Installation Guide and electronic documentation

Source: Wikipedia

HomePod T-shirt (white, multicolor, XXL, 2017)

This T-shirt is white with the top view of a white Apple HomePod design. The center of the design features the multicolor pattern displayed on a HomePod when Siri is responding. The shirt was purchased at the Infinite Loop Apple Store in Cupertino, CA. Its product number is HM3C2LL/A.

The shirt is a size XXL, unopened in its original box.

Apple Park Tote (black, rainbow, 2017)

This Apple Tote is black with the Apple Park “loop” logo in the shape of the main “spaceship” building at the Apple Park campus. The loop logo is in the same colors as the classic, multicolor Apple logo.

This tote bag was purchased at the Apple Visitor Center Apple Store at Apple Park. Its product number is HLGG2LL/A. It is unopened in its original box.

Apple Park T-shirt (black, rainbow loop logo, XXL, 2017)

This Apple Park T-shirt is black with the Apple Park “loop” logo in the shape of the main “spaceship” building at the Apple Park campus. The loop logo is in the same colors as the classic, multicolor Apple logo.

This shirt was purchased at the Apple Visitor Center Apple Store at Apple Park. Its product number is HLD32LL/A. The shirt is a size XXL, unopened in its original box.

I have 2 of these shirts in my collection.

Apple Park T-shirt (black, rainbow loop logo, L, 2017)

This Apple Park T-shirt is black with the Apple Park “loop” logo in the shape of the main “spaceship” building at the Apple Park campus. The loop logo is in the same colors as the classic, multicolor Apple logo.

This shirt was purchased at the Apple Visitor Center Apple Store at Apple Park. Its product number is HLD12LL/A. The shirt is a size L, unopened in its original box.