For this week’s giveaway, we have teamed up with designer Philip Lee of Classicbot to supply MacRumors readers an opportunity to win an iBoy, which is a cute little desktop toy that is been designed as an homage to Apple’s 2001 iPod Classic.
Philip Lee makes an entire vary of eye-catching Apple-themed toys and products which can be excellent for Apple followers and Apple merchandise collectors. The iBoy is Lee’s latest creation, launched in November 2020, and it is his most detailed and bold thus far.
The iBoy is a cross between somewhat robotic and a traditional iPod, that includes a practical rotating click on wheel full with clickable buttons, an iPod-style mirror-like end on the again, EarPod antennas, magnetic legs and arms, and easy however endearing facial features.
There aren’t any digital components contained in the iBoy as that is an iPod reproduction figurine that is meant for show, however it does seem like a practical MP3 participant. The working click on wheel with its satisfyingly clickable buttons turns the iBoy right into a desk toy that is excellent for fiddling with throughout a traumatic day.
The magnetic legs and arms could be indifferent and there is an included headphone wire that may be added to morph the iBoy from robotic mode to an MP3 participant mode that much more carefully resembles the iPod.
iBoy is created from an iPod-like shiny white ABS plastic with silk-screened particulars and full ports and iPod particulars that make it unmistakable as a toy robotic impressed by the iPod’s design. For those that favor a darker aesthetic, Lee has additionally created a U2 model of the iBoy that is coloured black and pink just like the particular version U2 iPod that Apple launched.
We have 15 iBoys to divulge to MacRumors readers as a part of our giveaway, and every winner can select the standard white colour or the pink and black U2 colour. To enter to win our giveaway, use the Gleam.io widget beneath and enter an e mail tackle. Email addresses will probably be used solely for contact functions to succeed in the winners and ship the prizes. You can earn extra entries by subscribing to our weekly newsletter, subscribing to our YouTube channel, following us on Twitter, following us on Instagram, or visiting the MacRumors Facebook page.
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The contest will run from as we speak (January 29) at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time by means of 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time on February 5. The winners will probably be chosen randomly on February 5 and will probably be contacted by e mail. The winners may have 48 hours to reply and supply a transport tackle earlier than new winners are chosen.