David Murray, aka The 8-Bit Guy, has published his latest monthly video: a 39-minute historical look at the Apple II line of computers.

Dubbed “How the Apple ][ Works”, the video does delve into some aspects of how memory and color are managed on the 8-bit line of Apple II computers. But mostly, host Murray provides a general timeline of the various Apple II models, from the original Apple II to the sixth and final model, the Apple IIc Plus, and the variations between the different units. Peripherals such as language cards and the Mockingboard sound card are also featured. Some details of the Apple IIc and IIGS are glossed over in favor of the promise of future, dedicated spotlights.

If you like Murray’s videos, The 8-Bit Guy is just one of seventeen retrocomputing video channels in A2Central.com’s video directory, where you’re sure to find more to watch and like!

Editor & publisher of Juiced.GS, the Apple II community's longest-running print publication dedicated to the Apple II; co-host of the Star Trek podcast Transporter Lock; digital nomad at Roadbits.