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MacPaw, the company behind the cleanup app CleanMyMac X and the full version subscription SetApp, has made an announcement far away from software development. In the news section of the MacPaw website, founder and CEO Oleksandr Kosovan has one Post published announcing a museum with 323 Apple products. In addition to these, the MacPaw Space "Behind the Scenes" stories from Apple and a lot more on display. It is slated to open soon in Kiev, Ukraine. There will also be a digital exhibition for those who cannot just travel there. In addition to the announcement in text form, there is a teaser video.
In the post linked above, MacPaw founder Oleksandr Kosovan describes his interest in Apple products, which was aroused with the first Apple keyboard that he could get his hands on. He also describes the first collection of Macs from all generations that found its way from New York to MacPaw in Kiev. This original collection comprised 40 computers, and there is a single contribution to it with many pictures of the MacPaw Museum, which was established with it in 2017 with this link. Over the years, however, other Apple, NeXT and similar exhibits have been collected. This is how the now announced collection and exhibition in the form of the MacPaw Space came about.
There is also a separate website for the new facility, which will be a kind of campus: https://macpaw.space - There you will already find photos of some museum pieces, as well as pictures from the "Lab", which is to be used for workshops, and last but not least the "Stage", the stage for lectures and the like. The fact that the website and the construction are inspired by Apple cannot be denied when looking at the page. But it's no secret that Apple is a great inspiration for MacPaw. You can find more details, photos, the address and a map for getting here using the link above. What do you think? Are you more drawn to Kiev now? Please leave a comment :)
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After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.