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Apple IIc Plus

The Apple IIc Plus is the final model of the Apple II series produced by Apple Computer in 1988.

It has a 65C02 CPU running at 4MHz, 128KByte of RAM which was expandeable to 1.125MByte. It came with a 3.5" floppy disk drive and ran the ProDOS operating system. The machine itself was not really an upgrade to prior models, but rather integrated some of the existing peripherals of prior models into one machine. Being an 8-bit machine, it lacked in performance compared to the much more advanced 16-bit Apple II GS.

Video Modes

  • 40/80 x 24 text mode
  • 40/80x48 in 16 color
  • 280x192 in 6 color
  • 560x192 in 16 color with pixel placement restrictions
Text can be combined with graphic modes replacing the bottom 8 or 32 lines with text, depending on the video mode

Apple IIc Plus Internal

  1. MIG and 2KByte SRAM
  2. Internal modem connector
  3. Dual 8KByte CPU cache
  4. ASIC accellerator
  5. 65C02 CPU @4MHz
  6. Memory expansion connector

By Apple CPU GTE 65C02 @4MHz Memory 128K RAM, 1.125M Max Sound 1-bit sound Sprites none Display 80x48 16 colors, 560x192 16 colors Display Chip none Sound Chip none CPU Class 6502 Developed by Apple
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