An Apple 1, sold by German auction house Breker on Saturday, has fetched over double its estimated price - $650,000. The unit is likely one of the first 50 produced by Jobs and Wozniak.
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One of the very few working Apple I PCs, hand-made by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, sold at an auction today for $374,000, over double the expected selling price of $180,000.
Do you want to own a piece of computer history? Do you have lots of extra money lying around? If so, Christie’s has an auction for you! Up for auction is an original Apple...