The Apple IIc Plus is the sixth and final model in the Apple II series of personal computers, produced by Apple Computer. The “Plus” in the name was a reference to the additional features it offered over the original portable Apple IIc, such as greater storage capacity (a built-in 3.5-inch floppy drive replacing the classic 5.25-inch drive), increased processing speed, and a general standardization of the system components.
|Manufacturer||Apple Computer Company||CPU||65C02 @ 4 MHz|
|Introductory Price||$675||Storage||3.5-inch floppy drive|
In a notable change of direction, the Apple IIc Plus, for the most part, did not introduce new technology or any further evolutionary contributions to the Apple II series, instead merely integrating existing peripherals into the original Apple IIc design. The development of the 8-bit machine was criticized by quarters more interested in the significantly more advanced 16-bit Apple IIGS.