The Apple-1 is rare but even more rare is the Apple-1 in the original Byte Shop case. Only a few survived.
There was no Apple-1 made by Apple. Paul Terrell wanted a case for the Apple-1.
The Byte Shop offered wooden cases handmade by Randy Wigginton's father from California. Randy Wigginton was Apple employee #6.
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Accuracy: No guarantee can be given for the accuracy of any information. If you have more information please feel free to contact me. Many very good replica of Apple-1 exist. Even with date code correct components. Anyone interested in buying Apple‑1 have to keep this in mind. Hobbyist usually building replica for private use. Even some museums use replicas.
Last update: Nov 23, 2021. Change log for all Apple-1.
Technical info: For much better performance all pictures are significantly reduced in size through admin by using efficient compressing tools for pictures shown on the web.
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