Open APPLE_PARTITION_MAP file

APPLE_PARTITION_MAP files: what are they and how do I open them?

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Apple partition scheme

An apple_partition_map file extension is related to the Apple partition scheme file format.

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The apple_partition_map file extension is associated with the Apple Partition Map (APM) schemes introduced on Macintosh II computers. The APM is used to define the low-level organization of data on disks formatted for older Macintosh and PowerPC Macs.

The apple_partition_map files and APM disks are also readable in the MAC OS X.

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Mac OS X

Unix-based operating system for Apple Mac computers

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