is Apple /fa/?
I like the look of the older macintoshes, but the newer product just seem to get more memey and more memey.
When the inevitable idiots fall for this and brick their iPhones, the simple solution is to take it to a repair place, and have them take the batter out and put it back in again.
1 Jan 1970 is the date where the clock basically starts counting. The processes already functioning will then be put at a negative time so it loops forward and the time will be too large to display.
Apple's old stuff is /fa/. The Blackbook, Bondi Blue iMac, pic related, old earbuds, and the Powerbooks are all /fa/.
Their newer stuff that's still /fa/: iPhone 4/4s, (possibly) Retina Macbook Pro, non-touch iPods.
For stuff that's /fa/ but not Apple: modern Nokia phones, Thinkpad x*** for lunar core, riced Linux/BSD/beOS/etc, and maybe a Surface Pro (that's stretching it).