<!- placeholder 630 blocked. Reas : no sizes -><!- placeholder 629 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> April 11, 1976: Apple releases its first computer, the Apple- 1.
<!- placeholder 617 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> Designed and handcrafted by Steve Wozniak, the computers are sold wholesale by "Steven" Jobs. To finance their manufacture, Wozniak sells his HP-65 calculator for $ 500, while Jobs sells his VW van. Years later, in 2014, Apple-1 will be auctied for $ 905,000
<!- placeholder 623 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> Apple-1: the first Apple computer
<!- placeholder 632 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> In terms of specificatis, the Apple-1 was incredibly primitive. It comes with an 8-bit MOS 6502 microprocessor running at 1 MHz
<!- placeholder 178 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> It has 4 KB of memory as standard, although it is expandable to 8 KB or 48 KB through expansi cards. Users had to add their own keyboard and mitor, although the latter could be a regular TV set, which made the Apple-1 innovative for its day. (And also, no doubt, made the Apple-1 the company's first decoder.)
<!- placeholder 191 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> Wozniak began working the Apple-1 as a hobby without other purpose than to show it to the local Homebrew Computer people. Club, in which he participated.
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