Apple’s Time Capsule allows you to back up all the computers in your house. But what’s the point of a network backup server that stays alive for only 17 months and 17 days?
That’s the average life span of the 125—and counting—dead Apple Time Capsules at The Apple Time Capsule Memorial Register. And all the users who registered those dead pieces of plastic and metal are saying that’s not enough. I agree that the figure seems too low. But then again, like Matt Buchanan just said when he heard about it: “They’re all using shitty Hitachi hard drives that aren’t actually server grade, so colour me less than surprised.”