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Haha! true.
Technology moves faster every day. Not every software/hardware can be preserved for future generations in a way they could experience it like today.

Some apps could be saved in an old iPhone. Like flappy bird that could still be played if you don't update your iOS.

A non digital museum could be created for this kind of technology preservation effort. But with the amount of apps being made today I think it's better a digital only form with videos, photos and documents. May be one with a bunch of phones like the Firefox OS so people know them better :).

Thanks for your reply.

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