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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. Genius Bar - Wikipedia

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    The Genius Bar is a tech support service provided by Apple Inc inside Apple Stores to support the use of its products and services. The locations provide concierge-style, face-to-face support for customers from "Geniuses" who are specially trained and certified by Apple, with multiple levels of certification depending on the products serviced.

  4. TrueType - Wikipedia

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    Classic Mac OS included support of TTC starting with Mac OS 8.5. In classic Mac OS and macOS, TTC has file type ttcf. Emoji. Apple has implemented a proprietary extension to allow color .ttf files for its emoji font Apple Color Emoji. File formats Basic. A basic font is composed of multiple tables specified in its header.

  5. MacBook Air (Apple silicon) - Wikipedia

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    Fourth generation (Flat Unibody) On June 6, 2022, at WWDC 2022, Apple announced an updated MacBook Air based on the M2 system on a chip. It incorporates several design elements from the M1 Pro and M1 Max MacBook Pro models, such as a flat, slab-shaped design, full-sized function keys, and a Liquid Retina display with rounded corners and a notch for a 1080p webcam.

  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. LaserWriter - Wikipedia

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    To support this, the LaserWriter featured a Motorola 68000 CPU running at 12 MHz, 512 KB of workspace RAM, and a 1 MB frame buffer. At introduction, the LaserWriter had the most processing power in Apple's product line—more than the 8 MHz Macintosh. As a result, the LaserWriter was also one of Apple's most expensive offerings.

  8. Macintosh - Wikipedia

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    Etymology. The Macintosh project began in the year 1979 when Jef Raskin, an Apple employee, envisioned an easy-to-use, low-cost computer for the average consumer.He wanted to name the computer after his favorite type of apple, the McIntosh (/ ˈ m æ k ɪ n ˌ t ɒ ʃ / MAK-in-tosh), but the spelling was changed to "Macintosh" for legal reasons as the original was the same spelling as that ...

  9. Apple headphones - Wikipedia

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    Apple Inc. has produced and sold headphones since 2001, available for standalone purchase and bundled with iPhone (until 2020) and iPod (until 2022) products. Apple's current product line consists of EarPods (wired earbuds available with a 3.5mm headphone or Lightning connector), AirPods and AirPods Pro (wireless Bluetooth earbuds), and AirPods Max (wireless Bluetooth over-ear headphones).