In this Instructable we are making a slightly larger version of the Tiny Mac. There are a couple of reasons you might want to make this version.
Supply change issues (it is almost impossible get a Raspberry Pi Zero)
A larger screen
This version uses a 3.5 inch display. This version’s is about 25% bigger than the Tiny Mac and about 40% of the size of original Mac. I’ve also included a version of the case of the Pi Zero if you have one. Look at the Tiny Mac for Pi Zero specific instructions. Follow these instructions for the screen drivers.
I will refer to the original Instructable for much of the process. This Instructable will only cover the significant differences.
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