The Apple 1 was the first Apple computer, and it was first made in 1976. It did not have a hard drive, but instead made use of a cassette-tape interface that could be purchased separately.
The first Apple computer to feature a hard drive was the Macintosh II, which offered an optional 40 to 80 MB internal drive. The Apple 1 allowed users to program games and play them, but little else could be done with it. It featured a 6502 disassembler that allowed users to understand and play with the system. The first sale of the Apple 1 was for 50 units and was ordered by Paul Terrell who owned the Byte Shop.