What IS THE microprocessor of apple II 1977?
The original 1977 Apple II had a MOS Technology 6502 microprocessor running at 1 MHz.
Apple II was created in 1977.
Apple II series was created in 1977.
The Apple II was launched in 1977. The cost was $1295.
The Apple II was invented April 1, 1977.
The Apple II computer was introduced in 1977.
The Apple II was developed by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak for their Apple computer Inc. company and was first sold in 1977.
Ironically enough, the Apple II. It was released in 1977, a year after the Apple I.
The second Apple computer, called Apple II, was made in 1977.
1977, the Apple II
Apple made 8 different Apple II models from 1977 to 1995
Hi there, "The Apple II was introduced on April 16, 1977 at the first West Coast Computer Faire." - Pulled from wikipedia
The original 1977 Apple II sold for US$1298 with 4 kB of RAM and US$2638 with the maximum 48 kB of RAM.
1) The Commodore PET 2) The Apple II
Released in June 10, 1977, the Apple II series functioned as a personal computer. The PC was used for basic word documentation, business accounting, and computer programming by hobbyist.
Before the Macintosh (1984) Apple made the Apple I (1976 - 1977), Apple II series (1977 - 1993), Apple III (1980 - 1984) and the Apple Lisa (1983 - 1986). The Apple II remained their best seller even after the launch of the Macintosh which took a few years to finally become their primary computer. The Lisa was re-branded as the Macintosh XL in 1986 and was sold as a top end Mac model.
Here is a list of computers that was produced at Apple before Steve Jobs left in 1985 1976 Apple I 1977 Apple II 1979 II Plus 1980 Apple III 1983 IIe Lisa 1984 IIc Macintosh III Plus
Marvin L. De Jong has written: 'Programming & interfacing the 6502, with experiments' -- subject(s): Programming, 6502 (Computer), 6502 (Microprocessor) 'Apple II assembly language' -- subject(s): Apple II (Computer), Programming, Assembler language (Computer program language)
1977. Steve Jobs (co-founder of Apple) and Steve Wozniak (co-founder of Apple) created what they called the Apple II (2). It was the first coloured computer monitor/screen ever!
The MacBook was not invented, it was only a modification of the already existing PowerBook by replacing the PowerPC microprocessor with an Intel x86 microprocessor. The PowerBook itself was only a modification of the already existing Macintosh Laptop by replacing the 680x0 microprocessor with the PowerPC microprocessor.
The Apple I was introduced in July 1976 and sold around 200 units and was rapidly followed by the Apple II in April 1977 which would become the most popular personal computer at that time selling around six million units.
The Apple II was likely the first workable home computer system. It was introduced to the public in June of 1977.
The Apple II, introduced in 1977, was powerful computer for it's time. It featured colour graphics, a built in BASIC programming language, and had several expansion slots which meant other companies could provide add on parts for it. The Visicalc spreadsheet, first introduced in 1979 and the first spreadsheet available for a personal computer, was responsible for making the Apple II a serious business computer rather than a enthusiast/hobbyist machine. The popularity of the Apple… Read More
The third computer that Apple built was either the Apple II Pus or, if you group all the Apple II variations together as a single model, the Apple III. The sequence up to the Apple III was: ▪ Apple I ▪ Apple II ▪ Apple II Plus ▪ Apple IIe ▪ Apple IIc ▪ Apple IIGS ▪ Apple IIc Plus ▪ Apple III
James Coffron has written: 'Using and troubleshooting the MC68000' -- subject(s): Motorola 68000 (Microprocessor) 'The Commodore 64 connection' -- subject(s): Commodore 64 (Computer), Computer interfaces 'Programming the 8086/8088' -- subject(s): IBM Personal Computer, Intel 8086 (Microprocessor), Intel 8088 (Microprocessor), Programming 'Microprocessor programming, troubleshooting, and interfacing the Z80, 8080, and 8085' -- subject(s): Intel 8080 (Microprocessor), Intel 8085 (Microprocessor), Zilog Z-80 (Microprocessor) 'The VIC-20 connection' -- subject(s): Computer interfaces, VIC 20 (Computer) 'Using and Troubleshooting the… Read More
Commodore Computers for their PET PC (Based on a MOS 6502 CPU), Tandy for their TRS-80 PC (Intially based on a Zilog Z80 CPU), and Apple for the Apple II PCs (MOS 6502 CPU).
I would venture that the Apple II while not specifically marketed for home use *could* be used in the home --- so let's say it was about 1977.
No. The Apple II predated the Macintosh by several years.
the apple computer was made in 1977
Apple was incorporated in 1977.
Erik Apple was born in 1977.
Apple and Microsoft have a long history of compatibility. They merged their names for AppleSoft Basic in 1977. In 1980 produced a RAM card that added 16KB of memory to the Apple II computer and a Microsoft SoftCard which added a Z80 processor so it could run the CP/M operating system.
The Apple II
The Nutcracker - 1977 II TV was released on: USA: 18 December 1977
The first true home computer system is considered to be the Apple II. It was first sold to the public in April of 1977 and cost several thousand dollars.
The definition of the first personal computer (PC) depends on your definition of a PC. The early (mid 1970s) personal computers were often called micro-computers and came as a kit that you had to build yourself. In January 1977 Commodore launched their PET computer which would be recognised as a PC today. Apple followed with the Apple II in June 1977. The Apple II was probably the first computer to be advertised to the general… Read More
Steve Jobs introduced the Apple II the company that was valued at $5,309 when it was formed in early 1977 was valued at about $3 million just a year later. He was born February 24, 1955. Lets do the calculations and the answer is 22 years old.
The Apple Computer company.
John David Busby has written: 'Advanced BASIC for the Apple II' -- subject(s): Apple II (Computer), BASIC (Computer program language), Programming 'Advanced BASIC programming for the Apple II' -- subject(s): Apple II (Computer), BASIC (Computer program language), Programming
"The Apple Personal Computer Kit" or simply "the Apple" After the Apple II came out it was referred to as the Apple I
The first PC modem (the 80-103A) was invented by Dennis Hayes and Dale Heatherington in 1977. The 80-103A modem boards were installed on the Apple II computer.
Mukti - 1977 II is rated/received certificates of: India:U
Having Babies II - 1977 TV was released on: USA: 28 October 1977
McNamara's Band - 1977 II TV was released on: USA: 11 May 1977
The Love Boat II - 1977 TV was released on: USA: 21 January 1977
Sneakers - Apple II video game - happened in 1981.
Sneakers - Apple II video game - was created in 1981.
Fiona Apple was born on September 13, 1977.
He invented APPLE I in about 1976, and invented the APPLE II in late 1976. The Name "APPLE" was based on a friends Apple farm that he worked on. Him and Wozniac created APPLE I and APPLE II. Apple really got serious in 1983, With its "Snow white look" and its "Tight round curves".
In the early days of personal computers there was no standardised operating systems. Each company had their own systems which were incompatible with each other. Originally there was no real OS for the Apple II computer when it appeared in 1977. Software was loaded, from an audio cassette, directly to run on the hardware. With only 4 kilobytes of memory there was not much room for an operating system. With the availability of 5.25 inch… Read More
The availability of integrated circuits made the first personal computer possible in 1977 when Steve Jobs (1955- ) and Steve Wozniak (1950- ) introduced the Apple II.