Stephen Hackett, co-founder of Relay FM, this week started a new Kickstarter campaign for his 2023 Apple History Calendar, which incorporates monthly bespoke photographs of Apple goods and highlights significant software developments from Apple over the years.
In a post on his Apple-focused blog 512 Pixels, Hackett stated that “these dates encompass everything from Apple’s earliest software to the freshest and best versions of macOS, iOS, iPadOS and more.” The calendar also offers a variety of first-party software programs, including as iLife, iWork, Cyberdog, and Rhapsody.
When hung on a wall with a thumbtack or pin, the personalized wall calendar measures 20 inches by 13 inches. Every month includes a unique photograph taken by Hackett of an Apple device or accessory, such as a wheel for the Mac Pro tower taken in Apple Park.
Backers on Kickstarter who contribute $32 or more will get the wall calendar in addition to several other benefits. The calendars, according to Hackett, will be printed in Memphis, Tennessee, where he was born and raised, and delivered there in November 2022, when delivery is anticipated. On the project’s Kickstarter page, you may find more information.
The 2022 Apple Hardware Calendar was successfully funded on Kickstarter last year by Hackett, a well-known podcaster and writer for Apple.