Uh, yeah . . . Apple wouldn't care, beyond any legal concerns about the design.
The Amiga I left in June 1994 ain't never coming back. This is an undifferentiated case with an Intel or AMD processor inside. Whoever these folks are need to grow an ecosystem, and fast. Otherwise, these are little more than a novelty. And for our old games, we already have emulators. For those who actually *want* to play these old games, they will already have the files and will already know *how* to use emulators.
That'll be one expensive footstool.
Definitely bears watching though like the original Amiga, it may fail to garner critical mass.
I was as the boston computer society when they unveiled the original Amiga and was blown away, now that was way back in ancient history
Agreed, I think they were the first out there to have a dedicated processor for the graphics and the demos I saw then and continued to see was amazing.