A New York City based auction house Sotheby sold the first computer Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak put together back in 1976 for the price of $374,500. And it all happened this Friday when two potential buyers were discontented with each other’s involvement and finally the Apple I landed in the side of a telephonic bidder, one of potential buyers.
This unique motherboard that revolutionized the computing world was still in working condition.
In December last year Eduardo Cisneros bought Apple’s founding contract for the sum of $1.59 million in an auction. Apple has grown tremendously in the last more than three decades and its value is a no-do task.