“It’s a really subtle easter egg,” Sande reports. “If you download an app from the Mac App Store and go into your applications folder during the download, you’ll notice that the timestamp on the downloading application is set for January 24, 1984. For those of you who are new to the Apple world, that’s the day the first Macintosh was unveiled to the world by none other than Steve Jobs.”
MacDailyNews Note: Apple annual shareholder’s meeting, January 24, 1984. Steve Jobs begins his famous Macintosh reveal around the 04:30 mark (but, if you jump ahead, you’ll miss the totally ’80s Apple Computer music video which starts at 00:42):
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