Steve Jobs’s Apple 1 prototype was sold at a record price at an auction


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Apple’s first computer prototype, which Steve Jobs used in the 1970s, was sold by auction. Apple 1 prototype went to a price far above expected.

Apple’s first computer prototype, which has survived since 1976, was sold at a record price at auction. Apple 1 prototype belongs to Steve Jobs and is said to be made by Steve Wozniak.

Steve Wozniak said the first Apple computer from the 1970s, was recently sold at auction. The Apple 1 prototype, which is expected to find buyers for at least $ 500,000, was purchased by a collector who did not want the name to be announced for $ 677,000.

It is known that only 200 Apple-1 computer is produced. Initially, devices, which cost $ 666, have been sold in large amounts by auction. However, the model sold through the RR auction is very special.

Apple’s founding partner Steve Jobs used it in 1976 as a demo prototype. The prototype was shown to Paul Terrel in one of the first computer stores in the world selling Apple-1. The computer also replaces Apple Computer A instead of the standard Apple Computer 1 tag.

According to the RR auction house, the prototype remained in the house where Jobs’s childhood was spent for many years. Paul Terrel decided to sell the computer that was given to him years later. A portion of the circuit card is broken.

In the closed box at the same auction, the first generation iPhone was sold for $ 35,000.

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