How To Emulate An Apple II On Your PC – Tom's Hardware


The Apple II released in June 1977 was one of the first successful mass-produced computers and Apple’s first personal computer aimed squarely at the consumer market. The hardware was designed primarily by Steve Wozniak and the case by Steve Jobs, who we both know as the founders of Apple. In 1977, there were three machines vying for attention and inclusion in our lives: the Apple II, the Commodore PET and the Tandy TRS-80.  In the USA, the Apple II was adopted and loved by a generation of coders who took their first steps with this great machine.

Emulating an Apple II

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The cost of original Apple II hardware has skyrocketed and so to take our first steps with this great machine, we look to emulation via microm8.



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