Has Apple’s Mac Fallen Behind?

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In the back of my closet there’s an Apple Plus. Last I checked, it still worked. That was a while ago, because I’m almost afraid to check. It’s a box with a screen. If you’ve ever seen the Sad Mac symbol, which disappeared years ago, that really is what it looks like.

It’s so old that if you search on “Apple Plus” you’ll get stuff about Apple TV. Including if you add computer. It was introduced in 1979, it was…

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