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- It’d be called the iRack.
- It’d be machined from a solid block of aluminium.
- Units would be ‘i’, not ‘u’. One ‘i’ will equal 1.1686634u. The mounting holes will be suspiciously Apple shaped.
- The UPS would be built in and would use a non-industry standard connector. You can’t change the battery yourself.
- There would be no exposed screws, bolts or hinges. There would be a glowing Apple logo on the front.
- Only equipment bought from the Apple Store can be installed.
- Got a problem with your iRack? Simply take it down to your nearest Apple shop after booking a Genius appointment.
- The built in accelerometers will automatically invalidate your warranty if your rack gets tilted.