The RR auction house in Boston has just held another apple themed auction, which includes a fully functional apple-i computer. However, we are most interested in the 23 page document by Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of the company. It is reported that this document can be traced back to 1975, including eight pages of circuit schematic diagram and six copies of paper titles of bus source and system Timing, display, sync timing & ADR. Gen, timing, and a 12 page manual programming guide with 28 steps. < / P > < p > Wozniak himself has also issued a certificate for this auction item, indicating that this precious document is the schematic diagram and programming instructions he made for the original Apple II prototype in about 1975. < / P > < p > some experimental techniques can be seen in the diagram. I used red lines to describe the connection mode here, although he preferred to write with purple felt point pen at that time. Interestingly, we’ve been looking at notes like this for decades. < / P > < p > as for another fully functional apple-i computer on display at this auction, the products also include Apple’s cassette tape interface, original operation manual, old apple-i power supply, old datanetics keyboard in wooden case, Sanyo display in 1976, tape drive of Panasonic, and case with Wozniak’s signature. < / P > < p > however, even the old apple-1 user manual is of great value. For example, in July 2019, a good manual was collected by technology entrepreneurs from the northeastern United States for $12296 (about 80000 RMB). Global Tech

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