Apple has not yet begun to step into the world of technology. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak continue to try to make Apple their own. On the one hand, the Apple-1 made by them is the ancestor of today’s MacBook. They made about 200 such computers at that time. One of them is going to be auctioned. Original Apple Computer, then known as ‘Chaffee College’ Apple-1. That will be auctioned this time. The computer was tested at the home of Steve Jobs’ sister Patty Jobs and Daniel Cote Jobs.
The auction will be held in California, USA on Tuesday.
That could cost Apple Computer 600,000. It’s a little bit different from the rest of the computer made by Steve. The 45-year-old computer is housed in a wooden frame. This koa wood is very valuable. This wood is found only on the island of Hawaii. The device is one of 200 computers jointly developed by Jobs and Wozniak, which were initially made in the company’s garage, and from there Apple has grown to 2 trillion today.
Steve and Wozniak sold these computers as component parts. 165 of the 200 were sold for 666.66 usd. Paul Terrell, owner of a byteshop in Mountain View, California, bought 50 of them. Terrell was not at all happy when he received a box containing each Apple-1 kit. With so many pieces of Terrell Computer in his shop wondering how to sell them, Jobs overcame his fears by saying that Byteshop could make a good profit by selling keyboards, monitors and power supplies in their store.
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The auction of Apple’s early computer in a wooden box has already sparked interest. Earlier, Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ biodata was up for auction. Jobs, who is particularly interested in technology, did not forget to mention in the biodata. From spelling errors to full stops, nothing is left out of biodata. However, the auction price was set at 50,000.
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