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Paying for sentiment! The first generation iPhone auction

Release date:01 , Jan , 0001 Source:Mastars Pageviews:-
This is a first-generation iphone, not a rapid prototype, but a real phone on the market, only it is not opened and used, perhaps you will think what process and technology it used, CNC machining, 2K mold, or what kind of mold? But its greatest value is the first-generation iphones which is 15 years from now.

This is a first-generation iphone, not a rapid prototype, but a real phone on the market, only it is not opened and used, perhaps you will think what process and technology it used, CNC machining, 2K mold, or what kind of mold? But its greatest value is the first-generation iphones which is 15 years from now.


Little did anyone know that Steve Jobs' initial iPhone, released in 2007, would revolutionise the entire smartphone landscape and change the world as a result. Recently, according to overseas media AppleInsiders, an unopened first-generation iPhone was sold at auction for a staggering $35,000!

As a 15-year-old Apple product, the first-generation iPhone fetched such a price mainly because it is a groundbreaking product with great collector's value. Although the device may no longer turn on or work properly, there will always be people willing to pay for the "sentiment".

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Apple's latest handset, the iPhone 14, retails for $799 - but one of its earliest models cost far more than that.

The first generation iPhone from 2007 is currently at auction, and auction houses estimate it could fetch $30,000 or more.

This unused 8GB iPhone is still unopened in its original box. It was first released for $599, which means that if sold for $30,000, it would fetch 50 times its original price at auction.

The earliest iPhone came with a 3.5-inch screen, a 2-megapixel camera, and a web browser. 15 years ago, when the late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs first introduced the phone, he called it a combination of "an iPod, a phone and an Internet communicator".

"This factory sealed, first release example is in exceptional condition," says the description of the item from LCG Auctions." Collectors and investors will be hard pressed to find a better example. Relevance and rarity form the formula for success with this popular collector's item."

In addition to this, the launch also saw the auction of an unopened first-generation iPod, which sold for a whopping $25,000. In fact, it's not just these electronic items that often appear at auctions, as an autographed cheque from Steve Jobs sold for RMB 370,000 in June this year. I'm sure many people would be surprised to see these 'oldies' fetching such high prices, as even if they were collectible, the auction prices would be outrageous. Of course, it was mainly because of Steve Jobs that they fetched such a high price.
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