The AppleJack connector is a ruggedized version of the Apple Desktop Bus (ADB) port used on Pippin consoles. AppleJack controllers were produced in wired and infra-red (IR) wireless versions;[1] the latter was released on November 22, 1996.[2] Adapter dongles could be used to connect ADB devices designed for Macintosh with Pippin systems, and vice versa.[3]


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  1. AppleJack, Techni's Controller and Peripheral Museum.
  2. ATMARK WIRELESS CONTROLLER-SET (Japanese), Atmark Channel. Archived 1997-06-29.
  3. Demystifying the Bandai Pippin Developer Dongle, Peter Wong. 2010-04-29.

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