Apple IIc Plus
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Apple IIc Plus

The final Apple II model was the Apple IIc Plus introduced in 1988. It was the same size and shape as the IIc that came before it, but the 5.25-inch floppy drive had been replaced with a 3​12-inch drive, the power supply was moved inside the case, and the processor was a fast 4 MHz 65C02 processor that actually ran 8-bit Apple II software faster than the IIGS. Like later models of the original Apple IIc, the IIc Plus included a memory expansion slot that would accept a daughter-card carrying up to a megabyte of RAM. The IIc Plus also featured a new keyboard layout that matched the Platinum IIe and IIGS. Unlike the IIe IIc and IIGS, the IIc Plus came only in one version (American) and was not officially sold anywhere outside the USA. The Apple IIc Plus ceased production in 1990, with its two-year production run being the shortest of all the Apple II computers.

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Apple IIc Plus
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Apple IIc Plus – General information

IntroducedSeptember 1988
DiscontinuedNovember 1990
Order NumberA2S4500
Weight7 Ibs.
3.175 KG
Dimensions2.5” H x 12” W x 11.5” D
6.35 cm H x 30.48 cm W x 29.21 cm D


ProcessorMOS Technology 65C02
Processor Speed1 MHz or 4 MHz (user selectable)
Number of Cores1
System Bus1 MHz
Storage & Media
MediaBuilt-in 800 KB 3.5-inch floppy drive
Built-in Memory128 KB
Maximum Memory1.15 MB
Memory Slots1 – 34-pin Memory Expansion Card
Minimum SpeedUnknown
Graphics CardNone
Graphics MemoryNone
Display Connection1 – RCA for composite video output
1 – DB-15*
External Resolution40 × 48 (15 colors)
280 × 192 (6 colors)
80 × 48 (15 colors)
560 × 192 (15 colors)
Text Display40-column text in 24 rows or 80-column text in 24 rows
Modem1 – Internal modem connector
Serial2 – mini DIN-8
Floppy Port1 – DB-19
Cassette1 – in
1 – out at 1500 bps
Game1 – DE-9
Audio InNone
Audio Out1 – Built-in speaker
Display1 – RCA for composite video output
1 – DB-15*

*(The DB-15 signals are not the same as those on the Apple III, Apple IIGS, or the Mac. Do not attempt to plug a cable intended for one into the other.)

Expansion SlotsNone
KeyboardBuilt-in 63-key uppercase and lowercase keyboard
Original OSApple ProDOS 8
FirmwareApplesoft BASIC
Maximum Continuous Power20 W
Line Voltage90 – 130V AC
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