Apple put up in an auction the first iPhone made in the United States, and the auction ended with the sale of the phone for a fantastic sum of more than 35,000 US dollars, and the auction witnessed the sale of a first-generation iPod for a large amount as well.
The value of the first unlocked iPhone, which was first announced in 2007, was $35,414, while the value of the first iPod was $25,000 and was sold at auction. Apple launched the first iPod in 2001.
The first iPhone
As for the time of the release of old electronic devices, they are very advanced.. The first iPhone was released with a touch screen and a 2-megapixel camera, in addition to support for voice mail, which are capabilities that formed a boom at the time.
The first iPhone was also an important turning point in the history of smartphones, as other manufacturers followed the approach of the first iPhone, and the mobile phone industry developed around the world.
It is worth noting that the auction also witnessed the sale of an original circuit board for the AppleI computer, which was soldered by Steven Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, with his own hand. The auction price was $667,196.