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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 ... The remote's media controls also support Windows Media ... Technical details ...

  3. Timeline of Apple Inc. products - Wikipedia

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    This timeline of Apple Inc. products is a list of all stand-alone Apple II, Macintosh, and other computers, as well as computer peripherals, expansion cards, ancillary products, and consumer electronics sold by Apple Inc. This list is ordered by the release date of the products.

  4. Apple III - Wikipedia

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    The Apple III (styled as apple ///) is a business-oriented personal computer produced by Apple Computer and released in 1980. Running the Apple SOS operating system, it was intended as the successor to the Apple II series, but was largely considered a failure in the market. It was designed to provide key features business users wanted in a ...

  5. 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.

  6. Apple M1 - Wikipedia

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    Apple M1 is a series of ARM-based systems-on-a-chip (SoCs) ... Initial support for the M1 SoC in the Linux kernel was released in version 5.13 on June 27, 2021.

  7. Apple ProDOS - Wikipedia

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    For a while, Apple shipped both DOS 3.3 and ProDOS with new computers. The original ProDOS was renamed ProDOS 8 when ProDOS 16 was released to support the 16-bit Apple II GS computer, although ProDOS 16 (which was 8-bit at its core) was soon replaced by GS/OS. Requirements. All editions of ProDOS require an Apple II series computer or compatible.

  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. 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 ...