There's no doubt the Apple 1 is an iconic computer. We decided to re-create this classic machine with the help of an unassembled kit. Find out how we got on.
Next I insert several chips into the sockets. The pins on each spread out a bit wider than the sockets, so that once inserted, the tension keeps them in place.
Note that one chip - the one to the right of the empty socket along the bottom - has not yet been properly seated. That will need to be corrected.
The final chip to install is the main processor, the 65C02, a slightly upgraded version of the 6502 used in the Apple 1.
The 65C02 goes in the bottom-left socket on the circuit board.
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