In 1976, Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak built the original Apple Computer personally also known as Apple I. It was Apple’s first computing product. Recently, Apple I was placed for auction at Sotheby’s auction house and you will be amazed that Apple I motherboard is sold in $374,500. Exceptionally big amount! isn’t it?
The auction price is very large as we know even super fast computers cannot be retailed at such high prices. But because Apple I is a unique product so we can expect such high value. According to Sotheby’s auction house, “This particular item is sold without a keyboard, monitor, case or power supply.” The original retail price for Apple I was $666.66.