A fully functional apple-i computer, along with the original package signed by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, will be auctioned this month. It was brought back into operation by apple-1 expert Corey Cohen. It will go on sale at RR auction on December 10 with a starting price of $50000. In addition to the apple-1, Apple’s apple-1, Apple’s apple-1, Apple’s apple-1, and Apple’s Apple’s apple-1, Apple’s apple-1, Apple’s Apple’s apple-1, Apple’s Apple’s apple-1, Apple’s Apple’s Apple’s apple-1, Apple’s Apple’s Apple’s apple-1, Apple’s Apple’s apple-1, apple’s Apple’s apple-1, Apple’s Apple’s Apple’s Apple ‘. Auction house RR auction also released videos of apple-i functioning properly, saying that apple-1 computers with original packaging are very rare. Qualified bidders can ask Cohen to submit a report detailing the technical status of apple I computers. Corey Cohen gave the computer eight out of 10. < p > < p > Apple co founders Steve Jobs and Wozniak built these apple-i computers in the 1970s, and Wozniak made about 200 of them. Jobs and Wozniak later sold about 175 apple I computers to the byte shop in California. Apple-i computers come on the auction floor from time to time, and because of its scarcity, they can often bid high prices. One apple-i sold for $471000 at Christie’s in London in 2019, and another apple-i sold for $458711 at RR this year. The report shows that the number of app store purchases soared in the first half of this year due to the impact of covid-19

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