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I am not sure if this question is "on topic" or not, but I'm asking it anyway...

I was reading Hackaday.com a few months ago and I came across this article: https://hackaday.com/2016/04/01/apple-introduces-their-answer-to-the-raspberry-pi/

Nautraly, I thought that it was pretty cool, so I went to buy a unit, but I can't find at all, anywhere.There is nothing on Apple's website; There's nothing on google, duckduckgo, eBay, or Amazon. The only place that I ever saw it was on Hackaday.This makes me think its vapourwear? Does anyone know different?

closed as off-topic by Jules, Raffzahn, wizzwizz4 Sep 9 '18 at 12:08

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    You did notice that the date of the Hackaday article was April 1st? I guess you fell for it... – dirkt Sep 9 '18 at 5:32
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    This isn't on-topic. It might be on-topic on Ask Different, but I'm not sure how useful this question would be to that site. – wizzwizz4 Sep 9 '18 at 12:07
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It is an April Fool's Day article.

https://hackaday.com/ 2016/04/01 /apple-introduces-their-answer-to-the-raspberry-pi/

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    Ok thanks. Shoot! That was a great prank! Now I feel stupid, but they did a good job faking that. – lockheed silverman Sep 9 '18 at 17:13

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