Apple I emulators
|Developer||Apple Computer, Inc.|
|Release date||April 11, 1976|
|Discontinued||September 30, 1977|
The Apple I was the first computer ever made by Apple. Released in 1976, it was sold for $666.66 in a kit. It had a 6502 CPU at 1 MHz with 4KB of RAM. It had a 40x24 text mode and a 280x192 B&W mode. It had hardware-implemented scrolling, which gave it an advantage over some consoles of the day.
|PC / x86|
|Apple 1 Emulator||1.4||✗||?|
|Mobile / ARM|
|Green Delicious Apple-1 Emulator||(11 May 2013)||✗||✗|
Software compatibility is good. The sound processing of MAME's Apple I driver used to be in a preliminary status, but now that error has been fixed, since the system is supposed to have no sound, according to the MAME driver for the system.