Apple Lightsaber

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Star Wars fans now know that Apple designer Jony Ive gave J.J. Abrams very specific input on the new lightsaber designs, and this got us thinking about what an actual Apple lightsaber would look like. Behold the Apple iSaber.

An elegant weapon for a more civilized age, the iSaber was conceptualized by designer Martin Hajek. Typically the brand designs all of their products in California, but not this bad boy. The iSaber was designed by Apple in Tatooine, and assembled in Hoth (at least according to the branding on the handle). The device is featured in your choice of white silver, gold or space grey. And although these have all the trappings of an Apple product, this fictional energy weapon will probably never make its way to your pocket.

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