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  2. Apple Remote - Wikipedia

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    The Apple Remote is a remote control introduced in October 2005 by Apple Inc. for use with a number of its products with infrared capability. It was originally designed to control the Front Row media center program on the iMac G5 and is compatible with many subsequent Macintosh computers.

  3. Macintosh 128K - Wikipedia

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    The original Macintosh saw three upgrades to both before it was discontinued. Apple recommends System 2.0 and Finder 4.2, with System 3.2 and Finder 5.3 as the maximum. System 4.0 officially dropped support for the Macintosh 128K because it was distributed on 800 KB floppy disks, which could not be used by the 128K.

  4. eMac - Wikipedia

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    The eMac (short for education Mac) is an all-in-one Macintosh desktop computer that was produced and designed by Apple Computer Released in 2002, it was originally aimed at the education market, but was later made available as a cheaper mass-market alternative to Apple's second-generation LCD iMac G4. The eMac was pulled from retail on October ...

  5. AppleTalk - Wikipedia

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    AppleTalk is a discontinued proprietary suite of networking protocols developed by Apple Computer for their Macintosh computers.AppleTalk includes a number of features that allow local area networks to be connected with no prior setup or the need for a centralized router or server of any sort.

  6. Apple Filing Protocol - Wikipedia

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    GroupLogic ExtremeZ-IP (AFP 3.3) and MacServerIP for Windows offer AFP 3.x support - now Acronis Files Connect. A few NAS solutions support AFP independently implemented (see also Netatalk solutions above): Adaptec's Snap Server (AFP 3.1), and Apple's AirPort Time Capsule (AFP 3.2). Jaffer is a Java implementation of Appletalk File Protocol v3.1.

  7. Influence of the IBM PC on the personal computer market

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    In 2006, Apple converted the Macintosh to the Intel x86 architecture. Macintosh computers released between 2006 and 2020 were essentially IBM PC compatibles, capable of booting Microsoft Windows and running most IBM PC-compatible software, but still retained unique design elements to support Apple's Mac OS X operating system.

  8. Apple A14 - Wikipedia

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    The Apple A14 Bionic is a 64-bit ARMv8.5-A system on a chip (SoC), designed by Apple Inc. It appears in the fourth generation iPad Air , as well as iPhone 12 Mini , iPhone 12 , iPhone 12 Pro , and iPhone 12 Pro Max .

  9. QuickTime - Wikipedia

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    References to this version have been removed from the QuickTime site, but it can be downloaded from Apple's support section. Apple has not indicated that they will be providing any further security updates for older versions. QuickTime 7.2 is the first version for Windows Vista. Apple dropped support for Flash content in QuickTime 7.3, breaking ...