The first Apple computer ever


WORLD'S FIRST APPLE COMPUTER
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What was the world's first Apple computer?

Q: What do you call an old computer?
A: A door stop.

Well, the world's first Apple computer had more in common with a doorstop than you may think, it was also made from wood.

On April 01 1976 Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs started the Apple Computer Company  and released the Apple I computer, which came as a do-it-yourself kit.

A dealer from The Byte Shop ordered 100 of the things provided they came assembled, so the two Stevens put them together and they sold for $666.66 USD.

In 1977 the Apple II was released, which came assembled in a nice plastic case and with a color monitor, a cassette storage drive, and a whopping 4kb of ram, all for only $1298.00 USD.

Apple I Apple II


The first Apple computer ever

The first Apple computer ever

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