Category: Apple-1

Apple-1 MicroSD Storage Card

From Claudio Parmigiani: Dear friends, Antonino Porcino and I have the pleasure to share with you our latest project: Apple-1 microSD Storage Card. Main features: Compatible with Originals/Replicas Command Line Interface MS-DOS/Linux style Fast loading/saving of INTEGER BASIC / ML / etc. programs Full support of APPLESOFT LITE BASIC with dedicated load/save/menu FAT32 filesystem, directories/subdirectories supported Compatible […]

An Apple-1 playing music

While most people think of the Apple-1 as a novelty of the past, there are people like Claudio Parmigiani who are taking the machine to points never realized when it was in its heyday. Claudio has managed to get his Apple-1 to not only play SID Tunes but also to run a simulated graphics sprite […]

Apple-1 Emulator on The Supercon Badge

When Hackaday held their Supercon, they gave electronic badges to all of the attendees.   Well, this in turn has produced a number of hacks and additions, including this one which caught out eye — An Apple-1 Emulator running on the badge https://hackaday.io/project/3620-l-star-software-defined-6502-computer/log/155608-l-star-as-a-supercon2018-badge-add-on

Apple-1 Goes on the Auction Block

Charity Buzz is currently auctioning off one of the original Apple-1 Computers.  The “Duston 2” as this Apple-1 is being named, was previously owned by Adam Duston of Naperville Illinois. One of the original Byte Shop machines, the “Duston 2” has been modified slightly but according to Apple-1 restorer and expert, Corey Cohen, is not […]

Another Apple-1 Goes on the Auction Block

Another original Apple-1 computer has re-surfaced and is going on the auction block through the LiveAuctioneers.com website.   Serial number 01-0073 which according to the Mike Willegal Apple-1 Registry database is not rregistered, is apparently the working Apple-1 computer belonging to one “John D.” and was purchased on 30 November 1976 for a grand total of […]

Second Section of Ben Heck’s Apple-1 Build Posted

Ben Heckendorn has posted the second episode of his retro build of an Apple-1 clone.   This episode covers adding the keyboard and display of the data to the build. For those of you who missed the first episode, you can catch it in an earlier posting here at: http://www.callapple.org/hardware/ben-heck-building-an-apple-1-from-scratch/ The third episode is scheduled for […]

Ben Heck building an Apple-1 From Scratch

Ben Heckendorn’s latest video series is now covering the building of an Apple-1 computer from scratch.  The Apple-1 was Steve Wozniak’s first commercially available computer and was sold initially by Steve Jobs through The Byte Shop in Mountain View, California.  Ben Heckendorn is famous for his hacks of vintage and modern gaming and computing platforms.  […]

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? […]