Japanese Mac Apples, for real

Mac Apples

Nope, this image hasn’t been photoshoped. A Japanese Mac addict actually grows these apples. Ok, no, it’s not a new species of apple. They are actually Fuji apples, however they really do have Apple logos.

A month before it’s time to harvest the apples, he cuts out the logos from what looks like opaque plastic sheets. He then sticks the logos directly onto the apple. The sticker blocks out sunlight to the area causing the apple to lack the normal pigment. This is very similar to females using stickers on their skin before tanning.

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Who would of thought to do it on apples… besides him.

via JapanSoc.

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