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Much like people of today, the first testers of the computer did not even take it seriously. It wasn't until the Apple II came out in 1977 that people paid attention to the Apple computers. The Apple II was almost exactly like the Apple I, but it was comparatively inexpensive, at $1,298 (Levey 11)...
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From 1977 to 1993 Apple Computer produced and extension to the Apple II series. Based on the MOStek 6502 microprocessor, the first Apple II was the first personal computer with the ability to display color graphics and to come in a stylish plastic housing (Levey 15). From then on, Apple updated the Apple II line further creating the Apple II+ with increased memory, the Apple IIe, which is the only Apple computer to date to have been produced for more than a decade, the Apple IIc, a compact version of the Apple IIe with a faster processor and expanded memory, the Apple IIc+, a later version of the Apple IIc, and the Apple IIgs, the first, last and only 16-bit Apple II, designed to produce enhanced graphics and sound, with a much more powerful microprocessor, and still compatible with the older 8-bit Apple II software (Levey 24)...
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