Apple, iPhone is always a topic of discussion not only in India but in almost all countries. Now a new report has surfaced which claims that the first generation 2007 iPhone in a sealed box has been sold for $35,000 (approximately ₹28 lakh) at an auction in the US.
ZDNet report explains
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It was auctioned in America. Also, let us tell you that it was launched on 9 January 2007 in the presence of Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
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The device had a touchscreen, a 2MP camera, visual voicemail and a web browser that set it apart. The iPhone was released in the US in June 2007 for a price of $499 for the 4GB model and $599 for the 8GB model, now the fully packaged original iPhone (8GB) has sold for $35,414 at an auction. The phone has been launched with two storage variants.
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The 4GB model was launched for $499 and the 8GB for $599. Now the full pack original iPhone (8GB) has been launched for $35,414. The iPhone Box has also changed a lot over time. Back then there were 12 icons on the box of the iPhone.
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The report also said that more than 70 products were bid in the auction that closed on August 18. One of them that was also part of the auction was an Apple-1 circuit board, hand-built by company co-founder Steve Wozniak, and eventually sold for $677,196.
In addition, the auction also offered the original first generation Apple iPod (5GB), which was sold for $25,000, the report claimed. The Cupertino-based tech giant is now all set to unveil the iPhone 14 series on September 7 along with other products.
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