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Apple Computer v Franklin Computer (1983) | The Guardian

Apple went to court, but until then copyright had only been tested on physical products. Franklin argued that the digital-only nature of computer code meant it was impossible to claim copyright: the judges eventually disagreed, and upheld one of the pioneering...

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DescriptionApple Computer, 1983 (Lisa).jpg. Apple Convention, Boston, Spring 1983. An original Apple Lisa at work.

In production from January 1983 to November 1993, the Apple IIe remained relatively unchanged through the years. However there was one significant motherboard update, a major firmware update, two cosmetically revised machines and an official compatibility solution from Apple, in the form of an LC PDS card for certain models of the Macintosh computer line, known as the Apple IIe Card.

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1983: January - Apple Computer officially unveils the Lisa computer. Its initial price is US$10,000. During its lifetime, 100,000 units are produced. 1983: January - Apple Computer introduces the Apple IIe for US$1400. 1983: June - The one millionth Apple II is made.

The original Apple IIc (identified as ROM version '255') could only support a single external 5.25 through its disk port. Early motherboards, specifically those manufactured between April 1984 and December 1984, had faulty serial ports that caused problems with some brands of modems and printer at speeds of 1200 baud or higher (it relied on a 74LS161 to divide the clock for the serial ports, which was 3% too slow. An oscillator on newer mainboards fixed the problem).

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Vintage 1983 promotional video from Apple introduces the Apple IIe. Includes footage of Steve Jobs introducing the computer.

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Rotten Apples: 10 Apple Products That Failed. These Apple Computer releases "sucked up man hours and development funds, were released commercially and then, for myriad good reasons or none, ceased to exist."

The Apple Collection, 1983 (Pages 2-3) by endless lazlo. Source: Flickr / lazlo.

Apple Computer, Inc. 1. Introduction Apple Computer, Inc., major manufacturer of personal computers with headquarters in Cupertino, California. Apple designs, produces, and sells personal computer systems for use in business, education, government

The first personal apple computer cost $9,995 in 1983.

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First Macintosh-like computer from 1983, Apple Lisa (later re-branded to Macintosh XL), was a commercial failure. Although it was the first small computer with mouse-driven graphical user interface (GUI), multi OS boot from disk, office suite, intelligent power

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Apple Computer Gift Catalog from 1983 has Apple logo merchandise including jewelry, watches, puzzles, clothing and more. Information on the original Apple employee gift store in silicon valley.

First introduced in 1983 on its Lisa computer. Many components of the Macintosh GUI have become de facto standards and can be found in other operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows.

Nonetheless, Apple Confidential is rife with gems that will appeal to Apple fanatics and followers of the computer industry. Especially enjoyable are the revelation of "Easter eggs" that are hidden in several versions of the Mac operating system; the many screen shots, timelines, and

This "celebration edition" Apple 1 was expected to make $1m, but auctioneer Charitybuzz told the BBC that the final bid was $815,000. That means it is not the highest-grossing Apple 1 computer - that distinction belongs to a rare working version that...

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The Apple IIe is the third model in the Apple II series of personal computers produced by Apple Computer. The e in the name stands for enhanced, referring to the fact that several popular features were now built-in that were formerly only available as upgrades or add-ons in earlier models. Improved expandability combined with the new features made for a very attractive general-purpose machine to first-time computer shoppers.

Apple also established Apple Seed, a computer program designed to promote computer literacy among elementary and high school students. That year, the firm conducted its initial public offering (IPO), selling 4.6 million shares at $22 apiece.

produced the Apple I personal computer: 1 MHz 8bit 6502 CPU with 8K Ram; Basic had to be typed in; no color/graphics/sound/disc/tape storage; 1977: Apple II: as above, plus Ram to 48K, color graphics, and. cassette tape storage; 1981: Apple II+: as above, plus improved graphics, FDD, DOS; 280x192; $A1625(1983); 1982: Apple IIe

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Apple Computer, Inc. v. Franklin Computer Corp.

Apple Computer, Inc. appeals from the district court's denial of a motion to preliminarily enjoin Franklin Computer Corp. from infringing the copyrights Apple holds on fourteen computer programs. The decision to grant or refuse to grant a preliminary injunction is within...

Apple Computer Gift Catalog from 1983 has Apple logo merchandise including jewelry, watches, puzzles, clothing and more. Information on the original Apple employee gift store in silicon valley.

Apple IIe User Group Conference in San Francisco (March 1983) - The Scarlett Letter (April 1983) (scanned by DLH's Commodore archive) "On March 4, 1983, Apple Computer, Inc. brought together representatives from over 90 user groups to the San Francisco Bay area for a three day conference on the new Apple IIe... we had an opportunity to meet and talk with the Apple.

Apple Computer. Publication date. 1983.

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Apple computer, inc. by Richard D. Freedman and Jill Vohr. New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business. Revised April 19981. Apple Computer was formed in 1976 by Steven Jobs and Stephen Wozniak, who visualized a personal computer that

1983: John Sculley leaves as PepsiCo president and joins Apple at the invitation of Steve Jobs, who reportedly asked him, "Do you want to spend the rest of your life selling sugared water or do you want a chance to change the world?"

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