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This is the first Apple computer that ever existed

In 1976, the first Apple computer, the Apple 1 — jointly developed by Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs, and Ron Wayne — started selling for $666.66 apiece. It was essentially a circuit board and had to be hooked up to a keyboard and monitor, plus connected to power supply. In 2012, one of these computers was estimated to fetch $180,000 at a Sotheby’s auction. What a long way Apple has come.

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