Talk:Apple IIe

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Published source needed[edit]

I removed the references from the following sentences, but left the sentences intact. References have to be published. Leschnei (talk) 23:50, 29 October 2016 (UTC)

The Apple IIe was the first Apple computer with a custom ASIC chip, which reduced much of the old discrete IC-based circuitry to a single chip, reducing cost and the size of the motherboard.<ref>Personal knowledge - I was the Apple II product marketing manager</ref> Some of the hardware features of the Apple III (e.g. bank-switched memory)<ref>ibid</ref> were borrowed in the design of the Apple IIe, and some from incorporating the Apple II Plus Language card.<ref>ibid</ref> The culmination of these changes led to increased sales and greater market share of home, education <ref>ibid</ref> and small business use.

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