Antoine's collection of Apple cassettes: From 1977 to 1982, several companies produced cassettes for the first Apple I and IIs. This project deals with providing Apple I and II enthusiasts with scans and audio extracts of those cassettes.
Apple Archives: The Best Vintage Apple & Mac Websites.
Apple Disk Transfer ProDOS: Apple Disk Transfer ProDOS (ADTPro) transfers physical disks and disk images between Apple II-era computers and the modern world. It can even get your Apple running if you don't have any disks at all. The host (server) component runs on today's computers with Java, and the 8-bit Apple (client) component runs on any Apple II or Apple /// compatible computer with 64k of memory or more.
APPLE NEWTON: Just another site about Apple Newton.
Apple-1 Registry: The Apple-1 Registry is a list of all known Apple‑1 computer. The purpose of the Apple‑1 Registry is to preserve information, history, whereabouts and condition of the few remaining Apple‑1 computer. Independent, free to use, not influenced by the interests of any individual, company or organization and without any rating system. Any Apple‑1 computer is an important piece of history. As a nice side effect, the Apple-1 Registry add a lot of authenticity, provenance and security to any Apple-1. Any published picture could increase the safety of any Apple-1. It would make it much harder or almost impossible to sell a stolen and listed Apple-1. Anyone would notice, which one it is.
APPLE-1 SOFTWARE JUKE-BOX: Apple-1 Juke-Box is an electronic board that contains most of the software ever written for the Apple-1 computer. Through a convenient and intuitive menu you can load programs and games chosen from those available, just like
Applefritter: Obscure, Unusual, Exceptional.
EveryMac.com: Established in 1996, EveryMac.com is the complete guide to every Mac, iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Mac clone in the world, with technical specs, configuration details, system identifiers, performance benchmarks, and global pricing info. EveryMac.com provides comprehensive Mac specs, in-depth answers to hundreds of Mac questions, detailed Mac identification info, and popular dates in Mac history. It also has tools to compare Macs side-by-side, lookup Macs by serial number and other identifiers, a Mac specs app for iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire, and much more.
Folklore.org: The Original Macintosh: Folklore.org is a web site devoted to collective historical storytelling. It captures and presents sets of related stories that describe interesting events from multiple perspectives, allowing groups of people to recount their shared history in the form of interlinked anecdotes.
Gryphel Project: The goal of the Gryphel Project is to help preserve software made for early Macintosh computers, the computers that Apple sold from 1984 to 1996 based upon Motorola’s 680×0 microprocessors.
Low End Mac: We believe in the long term value of Apple hardware. You should be able to use your Apple gear as long as it helps you remain productive and meets your needs, upgrading only as necessary. We want to help maximize the life of your Apple gear.
Mac OS 9 Lives: While some claim that Mac OS 9 is an outdated piece of garbage since it lacks protected memory and full pre-emptive multitasking; there is a basic premise that states opinions are like a$%holes… everybody has one. There are countless Mac OS 9 users who actually prefer it over Mac OS X. If you found this site after a few Google searches then perhaps you do also. Mac OS 9 LIVES… even if it is classified as “abandonware” (as development on it has ended) the resurrection is complete and it will exist in the OS Matrix of eternity. As long as there is one user left breathing (hopefully me), then this website will be a dedication to the compulsive preoccupation with installing and utilizing Mac OS 9 and its applications.
Macintosh Garden: The Macintosh Garden is an abandonware archive, dedicated in particular to supporting the Macintosh computer platform. A notable feature of Macintosh Garden is its emphasis on emulation, encouraging users to run historical software on modern systems.
Old Mac Software Archive: The community driven dawn of the Mac era preservationist effort.
ReStuff: StuffIt as a Service: StuffIt is the de-facto standard for file archiving and compression on Mac OS before OS X. Most old Macintosh software is preserved in StuffIt format, but a format change in StuffIt 5 makes archives created in this version unreadable in older versions of StuffIt. Since StuffIt 3.5 is the last version that works on System 6, many archives cannot be opened on compact Macs running System 6. ReStuff is a SaaS that automatically converts StuffIt version 4 & 5 archives to a format readable in StuffIt 3.
SheppyWare: Software for Apple II and Macintosh. SheppyWare is a name that encompasses all the software written by Eric Shepherd. Most of the software you'll find here is freeware or shareware for the Apple II computer, but some of it is for Mac OS X or even classic Mac OS or BeOS.
The Apple 1 Project: This site is a venue for Apple 1 history, modifications, programs, and construction details of this Apple 1 System.
][-Vision: Streaming video and audio for the Apple II. ][-Vision transcodes video files in standard formats (.mp4 etc) into a custom format optimized for streaming playback on Apple II hardware.
A2Central: Your total source for Apple II computing. A2Central is an Apple authorized Apple II user group. Apple II Forever!
a2heaven.com: a2heaven is a small company that implement new technology into vintage computer hardware.
Apple II Disk Server: Welcome Apple II Fan to the Apple II Disk Server, where you can download over 1500 disk images directly to your Apple ][+ or //e disk ][ drive at 9600 BPS!!!
Apple II FAQ: This site was created as a repository of articles, how-to’s, and experiences shared in the Facebook Apple II Group.
Apple II Game Server: The Online Apple II Game Server contains over 200 Apple ][+ and Apple //e games ready to stream directly to your ][+ or //e.
Apple II History: The story of “the most personal computer”!
Apple IIGS France (FRA): Ce site a pour but de vous présenter le dernier représentant de la grande famille Apple II : l'Apple IIgs. Cet ordinateur, produit de 1986 à 1992, n'a malheureusement pas rencontré un très grand succès en France pour des raisons aussi bien commerciales que techniques. Ceci n'a pas empêché des développeurs français de réaliser un travail formidable sur cette machine. C'est principalement pour leur rendre hommage que ce site a été céé. Alors bonne visite dans cette découverte ou redécouverte de l'Apple IIGS.
Apple2Online.com: Our aim is simple: to provide a single-source, easy-to-use library of reference materials - software, manuals, FAQs, photos, links, etc. - for the Apple II family of computers in order to both preserve the Apple II's rich history as well as to provide a readily-accessible resource for those who are interested in learning about the Apple II for the first time. We are strictly Apple II - no Macintosh, no Commodore - just Apple II!
Floppy Emu: Floppy Emu is a floppy and hard disk emulator for classic Apple II, Macintosh, and Lisa computers. It uses an SD memory card and custom hardware to mimic an Apple floppy disk and drive, or an Apple hard drive. The Emu behaves exactly like a real disk drive, requiring no special software or drivers.
Marinetti: Marinetti is the only TCP/IP stack available for the Apple IIGS, clean room developed from the RFCs, and written completely in 65c816 assembly language.
NetDisk: NetDisk is an Apple IIGS utility that allows you to mount disks images hosted on an HTTP server (a public web server or one on your local network). The mounted disk images behave as if they were normal (but read-only) disks on your IIGS: you can open files and run programs directly off of them, or copy the files to your local disks using the Finder or other standard utilities. The NetDisk package also comes with the Archive.org Disk Browser, a Finder extension that lets you conveniently search for disk images on the Internet Archive (archive.org) and mount them using NetDisk.
SmartportVHD: This project is providing a mass storage to the Apple //c (except the ROM 255 version), the only Apple II without expansions slots. The external floppy connector of Apple II, aka smartport, is exploited to its best to reach this goal. The resulting device allows the Apple II to view the content of an usb device as one or more hard disk.
Uthernet II: Apple II Ethernet Card - This product is based on the Wiznet W5100 chip. It has an embedded hardware IP stack. Contiki, IP65, Marinetti and ADTPro have been updated to work with the new card. Please note this card is not compatible with any modle of the Apple IIc and only works on the Apple II+ RFI motherboard or newer. Fully compatible with all models of the Apple IIe and IIgs.
Vecchie Mele: l'Apple IIGS (ITA): Apple IIGS: ieri, oggi e domani
VidHD: HDMI Video for the Apple II.
What is the Apple IIGS?: This site is dedicated to the preservation of the Apple IIGS computing platform. The archives held within can be used with emulators or for use on real Apple IIGS computers. It is hoped that one day this archive will feature a complete library of Apple IIGS applications, games, educational software, hardware references and drivers and publication cover scans.
wiki.apple2.org: An Apple][ information reference.