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Apple Computer An Innovative Technology



Apple Computer: An Innovative Technology


July 17th 2006, Apple already had in mind enhancements that would make his computer faster and more functional. They wanted to make it display in color. They worked to combine the terminal and memory functions of the Apple-1 by moving the display into main memory, allowing instant screen changes. None of these modifications were made specifically to make it a better product, or to make it more attractive for a customer to purchase. 


Another chip, the Motorola 6800, interested Wozniak because it resembled his favorite minicomputers (such as the Data General Nova) more than the 8080. However, cost was still a problem for him until he and his friend Allen Baum discovered a chip that was almost identical to the 6800, while considerably cheaper. 

Apple, a leader in personal computers was co-founded in 1976 by Steve Jobs.Apple ignited the personal computer revolution in the 1970s with the Apple II, and reinvented the personal computer in the 1980s with the Macintosh. Today, Apple remains committed to creating the best personal computers in the world, and its hardware and software products are widely regarded as being the most innovative in the industry 

MOS Technology sold their 6502 chip, as opposed to Motorola 6800. Wozniak decided to change his choice of processor to the 6502 and began writing a version of BASIC that would run on it. When his BASIC interpreter was finished, he turned his attention to designing the computer he could run it on. Except for some small timing differences, he was able to use the hardware design he had earlier done on paper for the 6800. 

Apple products at the Apple Store Online. The following apple products are: 

IMac-s, IPod-s, eMac, PowerBooks, IBook, Power Mac-s, software and accessories all available in apple brand. 

The company-s most well-known products are the Apple Macintosh line of personal computers, the iPod portable music player, and the iTunes media player. 
Apple branched out into consumer electronics. One example of this product diversification was the Apple QuickTake digital camera, one of the first digital cameras ever brought to the consumer market. 

Apple also offers a range of professional software titles. Their range of server software includes the operating system Mac OS X Server; Apple Remote Desktop, a remote systems management application; WebObjects, Java Web application server; and Xsan, a Storage Area Network file system.