Glowing iNecklace is the perfect Appleversary gift

NYC's Adafruit Industries is coming at you with another piece of eye-catching geekery: the iNecklace. As cringe-worthy as a piece of Apple-themed jewelry should be, it's actually really cool.

The necklace itself is aluminum, and has an LED that pulsates when you connect the battery, just like when a MacBook sleeps. We'd love to see Adafruit take it one step further: I want to be able to turn on my computer by pressing this thing.

All that iNecklace elegance doesn't come cheap, though: $75. If you want to save some cash and you're handy to boot, you could just make one yourself. Adafruit has posted all the instructions on what you need and how to do it here.

What's an Appleversary, anyway? Well, if you haven't heard, the company's celebrating one itself: the anniversary of its stolen iPhone prototype.

CLARIFICATION: As pointed out in the comments below, there is nothing distinctly "Apple-themed" about a power symbol. The iNecklace name, however, and Adafruit saying that "the default pattern is reverse engineered from the Apple "breathing" LED on Macs, MacBooks, iMacs, etc," however, makes this decidedly Apple-themed to my mind. -Ed

Via Adafruit

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