This year marks the 35th anniversary of the Apple II, and if you're still in the mood for nostalgia, you can check out a lengthy piece on the computer written by none other than Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. In 1977 Wozniak penned a feature for Byte magazine that goes into great detail about the machine, and the piece has since been re-printed online for your browsing pleasure. Wozniak opens up by describing his ideal PC, before explaining many of the technical aspects of the Apple II. "To me, a personal computer should be small, reliable, convenient to use, and inexpensive," he wrote. It's a lengthy read, so be sure to check out the source link below to see the entire piece.
Steve Wozniak describes his ideal PC in 1977 feature on the Apple II
Steve Wozniak describes his ideal PC in 1977 feature on the Apple II/
A 1977 article written by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has been republished, giving you the chance to read a detailed description of the Apple II.