Via Slashdot comes this article at that takes an in-depth look as to the causes and cures for the yellowing that tends to afflict older Apple and Mac hardware. The article, which offers in-depth research into and explanation of the chemistry involved in the discoloration of plastic casings, shows an Apple IIe Platinum as an example of what age can do to our once-silver machines.

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