Apple - Series I  Apple I 


The Apple Computer 1, or Apple I, is an 8-bit desktop computer created by the Apple Computer Company in 1976. It was designed by Steve Wozniak.

Together with Steve Jobs, Wozniak's friend, the pair decided to try and sell the computer. To finance the manufacturing, Jobs sold his VolksWagen Microbus, and made a few hundred dollars. Wozniak sold his HP-65 calculator for $500, and the pair had enough money to produce a prototype for show at the Homebrew Computer Club in Palo Alto, California.

In 1977 the company produced the Apple II, which is referred to as being part of the 1977 Trinity of computing together with the Commodore PET 2001 and the TRS-80 Model 1 from the Tandy RadioShack company.

By Apple CPU MOS 6502 @1.023MHz Memory 4K RAM, 48K Max Sound 1-bit speaker Sprites none Display 40x48 in 16 colors, 280x192 in 6 colors Display Chip none Sound Chip none CPU Class 6502 Developed by Apple
Related Systems
Apple I 
Apple Macintosh
Books & Publications
Books about the Apple Macintosh, the first mass-market personal computer with a graphical user interface.
Magazines & Serials
InCider Magazine for Apple Computers, later fused with A+
Peeker, a German language magazine for Apple Computer users.
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