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MacPawwillopenitsownAppleMuseuminKyiv

Ukrainian software company MacPaw, which is globally famous for useful Mac apps used by millions across the globe, will launch their public Apple Museum in Ukraine!

The exhibition will consist of 323 items, including some iconic Apple’s products such as a 128k Macintosh signed by Steven Wozniak.

MacPaw was founded in 2008 by Oleksandr Kosovan while he was studying at Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. MacPaw says: ‘We make useful things unboring.’ The software development company has over 30 million users worldwide and says that every 5th Mac on Earth has at least 1 app by MacPaw.

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