Apple I auctioned on eBay for a record price

Apple I auctioned on eBay for a record price

LOS ANGELES – 21 MARCH 2015: Apple store on 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica CA United States. The retail chain owned and operated by Apple Inc is dealing with computers and electronics worldwide.

L’Apple I is a real piece of history in the information technology sector. The units available today are very few considering that, in total, the company then known as Apple Computer has produced about 200. Currently, on eBay, an example of Apple I signed by its creator Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, is up for auction and has already reached an absolute record figure.

An Apple I is up for auction on eBay: it takes tens of thousands of dollars to buy it

The eBay auction continues to grow. The Apple I unit on sale has already reached a record high price. In fact, at the time of writing, the value of 98 thousand dollars and it is very likely that, in the short term, an offer of more than 100,000 dollars will arrive. The auction will only end next week (the last day to submit a bid is 12 June).

The auction still runs for several days

There is time, therefore, to record a further increase in the amount to which the first Apple computer will be sold which, in this version, is signed by Steve Wozniak. We will see how far the rod goes. Currently, over 60 offers have already been submitted which, as seen, have significantly increased the value of the offer for sale on eBay. For more details on the computer you can take a look at the video below.

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