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The first Apple computer, called Apple 1, was made in 1976.

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The very first Apple computer was made in 1976

The apple 1 was the first ever computer made by apple, they were hand built by Steve Wozniac. It was very basic made out of wood. Check it out in the related links.

Yes, he built the very first Apple computer.

The very first Apple computer the Apple 1 was built in 1976.

Ronald Wayne designed the very first Apple logo.

It has always been called Apple. The very first computer they built was called the Apple 1.

A mac computer is a computer that is made by apple (the brand) and it has a "bitten apple with a leaf" on the bottom of the computer. It is very slim with a wireless keyboard and mouse. The computer itself only has very few wires. The mac computer is very tech and updated.

Co founder of Apple Computers and builder of the very first Apple computer.

The first Apple mobile computer was called "DynaMac" and was released in 1987. Unlike today's Apple laptops, the DynaMac weighed up to 24 pounds and was sold through a company called Dynamic.

He built the very first Apple computer the Apple 1 in 1976.

In 1989, Apple released the Macintosh Portable, but it was very heavy and very expensive and did not do well with consumers. In 1991, Apple came out with the first PowerBook, a lighter, more portable laptop. Today, Apple makes several "portable" computers - the MacBook Pro, the MacBook Air and the iPad.

The Manchester Mark 1 was the first computer that was made and worked.I do not know EXACTLY when the very first computer was made, but the first fully electronic computer was made in 1942 Iowa State College.

Not much. Bascially it could play games and that is about it.

Sir Isaac Newton is featured in the first Apple logo from 1976. The logo shows Newton sitting under an apple tree, and was only used for the Apple I computer. It was almost immediately replaced with a rainbow colored apple with a bite taken out of it.

The very first Apple computer logo was created by Ronald Wayne. The current and iconic Apple logo was created by Rob Janoff in 1998. It has evolved from the rainbow apple then to the sleek silhouette apple that we know today.

The first truly personal and popular computer was the Apple I, created by Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak.

It was around 4-5 thousand dollars for an original Apple Computer. The Apple II was released, and then they had another computer called the "Lisa." This computer costed about $10,000 and because of the price, it was not very popular.

For the time (1976) the technology used for the first Apple computer was very good. Steve Wozniak's drawing for the layout of the circuit board is often considered more art than engineering.

The very same thing any computer is used for.

Mac Wrong, the Apple I. Very few of these exist now as Apple offered a discount on the much better Apple ][ if they traded in their old Apple I and the trade ins were destroyed. Both the Apple I and ][ were based on the MosTek 6502 processor chip.

the first computer was slow and huge and dependable, but our computers today are faster, smaller, and very dependable

The very first Apple Macintosh computer was first sold on January 24, 1984 by the CEO at the time Steve Jobs. Even though Macintosh computers started to fall away in popularity they will always have the honor of being the first affordable home computer.

The very same mouse skills used to operate any Windows or Apple computer.

Essentially, whatever you programmed it to do. This is a very broad question which can't be answered all that easily, I'd suggest embellishing to get a more defined answer. But the computer could do whatever it was capable of doing ( in hardware ) and whatever software that was programmed for it. The first Apple computer was able to show the word "Hello World".

The first computer was made and started working in the 17th century. This was when history goes back to the very first computer.

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