The 1987 AppleWorld Conference (or AppleWorld '87) was a computer conference that was hosted by Apple Computer for developers and educators at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, California. It was the second AppleWorld conference, held March 2-4, 1987.
At the keynote event, the Macintosh SE and Macintosh II were introduced by Apple VP Jean-Louis Gassée. The Macintosh II also supported A/UX, Apple's first implementation of Unix. Apple announced that it was working with 3Com to develop EtherTalk, a version of the AppleTalk protocol that would support Ethernet.
- Tom Warrick. "AppleWorld '87—A Special Report: Part I", Washington Apple Pi, April 1987, p. 54.
- Tom Warrick. "AppleWorld '87—A Special Report: Part II", Washington Apple Pi, May 1987, p. 48.
- Apple's Two New Machines Are Dandy by Lawrence J. Magid, Los Angeles Times. 1987-03-02.
- Apple debuts two "open" Macintoshes by Mary Petrosky, Network World. 1987-03-02.
- Apple Worldwide Developers Conference: 1980s at Wikipedia