A Working Apple I Computer Just Sold For $671,400 at Auction

The Apple 1 is a little piece of history, the first in a lineage that's taken the world by storm since its birth in 1976. And that piece of history is worth a lot. An anonymous collector just picked up a still functioning(!) one of the suckers at auction for a cool $671,400. And you thought gaming PCs were expensive. » 5/25/13 11:37am 5/25/13 11:37am

These Polaroids Might Be the Oldest Pictures of an Apple Computer

In 1976, Apple products were far from the thin, glossy blades they are today. Apple's humble beginnings started with the Apple I, hand-built by Steve Wozniak himself, and sold for $666.66. When Paul Terrell, owner of the Byte Shop, purchased 50 of the machines for sale way back then, he took a few pictures with his… » 11/24/12 12:02pm 11/24/12 12:02pm

Apple I From 1976 Sells For $213,000

One of the original 200 Apple Is from 1976 sold at auction yesterday at Christies of London, for £130,000—the equivalent of $213,000. It's only in kit form, so the winning bidder must build his own case if he wants to actually use it. Check out our very own Brian "Barry" Barrett on NPR talking about this, here. [BBC] » 11/24/10 8:59am 11/24/10 8:59am