Original iPhone Sells for Nearly $55,000 USD at Auction
The iPhone 2G was put up for sale by a former Apple employee who purchased it in 2007 but also got one from work, so they ended up never opening this one
Another Original iPhone Up for Auction, Expected to Fetch $50,000 USD
In October 2022, the same auction house sold another factory-sealed, mint conditioned original iPhone for a record-breaking $39,340 USD
Sealed 2007 Original iPhone Sells for Record $53,978 CAD at Auction
Last week we told you about an original 2007 iPhone in a sealed box for sale from New Orleans-based LCG Auctions, which was expected to break new price records for the Apple creation. On Monday, LCG Auctions said the rare 2007 iPhone sold for a record price of $39,340 USD ($53,978 CAD) on Sunday at...
Steve Jobs-Built Apple-1 Computer Could Fetch $500,000 at Auction
The unit has been restored, is fully operational, and comes in a koa wood enclosure with all of its accessories and excellent provenance.
Jony Ive, Marc Newson-Designed Leica Camera Goes Up for Auction
The prototype is expected to sell for over CAD $300,000.
Steve Jobs-Signed Macintosh Floppy Disk Goes Up for Auction
The floppy disk is up for sale with an estimated value of over $7,500.
Andy Warhol’s ‘Macintosh’ Painting to Fetch Up to $30,000 at Auction
The painting is part of Warhol's "Ads" collection from 1985.
Rogers, Bell CEOs Argued Spectrum Auction Should Not Favour Smaller Competitors
The CEOs of Bell and Rogers argued today that their smaller competitors should not be favoured in the wireless spectrum auction.
Fully Functional ‘Apple I’ Computer Going Up For Auction Next Month
A fully operational Apple I computer built by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in 1976 is going up for auction through Charitybuzz next month, with all proceeds earmarked for charity.
Rare Apple-1 Computer Sold at Auction for Bargain Price
A fully functioning Apple-1 computer has been sold for considerably less than the predicted price.
Rare Apple-1 Computer Auction Expected to Fetch Over $300,000
The computer is believed to be the best-preserved example of an Apple-1 to appear on the market.
Apple-1 Auction Winners Were Ready to Bid Well Over $815,000
The winning couple bought the computer because in their eyes, "it's akin to a Monet or a Picasso".