Category: Apple-1

Another Apple-1 Goes On The Auction Block

REuters is reporting that an Aple-1 computer originally owned by Charles Ricketts is going on the auction block at Christies Auction House.  The Apple-1 is fully functional and comes complete with the cancelled check from the purchase in July 1976.  Estimated to go at about 600,000 USD, this particular Apple-1 has been owned by three […]

Retro Computing Roundtable Episode 83 Posted

The crew at the Retro Computing Roundtable have posted Episode 83rd their podcast.  This weeks panelists include Paul Hagstrom hosting the Roundtable with Michael Mulhern and Mike Whalen.  This week the panel discusses a number of Apple related items including Which Apple II, if you can only have one? Why didn’t 6502 computers get faster? […]

David Schmenk’s new Virtual Machine for Apple II

Legendary Apple II virtual machine programmer David Schmenk has returned from his secret underground Apple II lair to reveal a pre-release announcement of the next-generation virtual machine for the Apple II family: PLASMA 123. It is so called because the same code segments will run, without change, on the Apple I, the II, and the Apple […]

Apple-1 sells for over 670,000 USD

With the Apple-1 computer being in big demand since the death of Steve Jobs, the German auction house Brecker has pulled in a record haul for a working version of the famed computer.  Hand built in the garage of Steve Wozniak, the Apple-1 was only produced in a short production of less than 200 units.  […]