news.coam.au: TECHNOLOGY has come a long way and modern day smartphones can easily double as handheld computers.
But, have you ever wondered what it would have looked like if Apple’s debut phone was released with the first Macintosh in 1984?
Thailand-based designer Pierre Cerveau obviously had a burning desire to answer that question because he posted his concept on his website.
Dubbed the Macintosh Phone 512Kb, the product ditches the touchscreen and opts for a 1980s rotary dial and a tiny CRT screen.
The design also includes a nine-pin port and has a shell that closely mimics the vents on rear of the original Macintosh computers.
Looking at this, maybe it was a good idea Apple didn’t develop it.