Wendell Sander is giving the Apple 1 serious love with technical notes, modifications and schematics for new cards he’s designed. Check out his site, The Apple 1 Project. If you’re a fan of the original Apple Computer, you won’t be disappointed. Hey, while we’re talking about the Apple 1, there’s another one up for auction.
Open Apple #31 (Oct 2013): Brendan Robert, Lawless Legends, Texas, and Wayne Green
This month on Open Apple, the Apple II community’s only monthly podcast, Mike and Ken chat with Brendan Robert of the Java Apple Computer Emulator (JACE) and Apple Game Server.Innovative cross-platform tools are being used to bring Lawless Legends, an original 8-bit RPG, to the Apple II and Commodore 64; as part of the programming […]
It’s here… the Apple II Pi adapter card
A small batch of David Schmenk’s Apple II Pi adapter cards (see site for more pictures) have been fabricated and are being sent out to lucky beta testers. Once the adapter is thoroughly tested, it will go on sale to the public. The Apple II Pi is an adapter card that interfaces the popular Raspberry […]
Option8 to produce Apple IIe Card replacement ‘Y’ cables
Option8 has announced they will produce a replacement ‘Y’ cable for the Apple IIe Card, an add-on that permits some older 68K models of Macs to run vintage 8-bit Apple II software. The cable provides the interface between the Apple IIe card and an external floppy drive and joystick. It’s frequently lost during the lifespan […]