An in-depth look in to how Apple used to build Macs in the States [video]

If you wanted to see what an American Mac-producing plant used to look like, you should check out the video above. Gizmodo spotted this relic on YouTube, and I thought it would be rude not to share it with you considering the recent news regarding Apple’s moves back in to the States. There was a time when Mac SE and Macintosh II were assembled in Fremont, CA. Obviously, that was in the 80s, years before the PC became a cheap household device that everyone needed. It’s a long-ish one, so best get that popcorn in the microwave.

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