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Steve Jobs’ original Apple computer prototype up for auction

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The Apple I was hand soldered in 1976 by co-founder Steve Wozniak. The pair used it to demo their technology and secure their first major order. The bidding is already up to more than $200,000 with the auction continuing until Aug. 18.
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Steve Jobs’ original Apple computer prototype up for auction

A prototype Apple computer owned by Steve Jobs from 1976 could sell for as much as $500,000 in auction.

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Steve Jobs’ original Apple computer prototype up for auction

A prototype Apple computer owned by Steve Jobs from 1976 could sell for as much as $500,000 in auction.

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Steve Jobs’ original Apple computer prototype up for auction

A prototype Apple computer owned by Steve Jobs from 1976 could sell for as much as $500,000 in auction.

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Early Apple-1 Computer Prototype Used by Steve Jobs Goes Up for Auction

The prototype once sat inside Steve Jobs' famous 'Apple garage' before it was handed off.

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Steve Jobs’ Apple-1 Prototype Expected to Fetch $500,000 at Auction

Steve Wozniak assembled, and hand soldered it in 1976.

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Steve Jobs’ original Apple computer prototype up for auction

A prototype Apple computer owned by Steve Jobs from 1976 could sell for as much as $500,000 in auction.

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