In its latest auction, Charitybuzz is offering one of the first models of the Apple I computer, a rare „Duston 2“ (via VentureBeat). Estimated at a value of $600,000, the Apple I computer is the original device that was built by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and their team in Jobs‘ parents‘ home in Los Altos, California in 1976.
The original Apple team is said to have built 200 Apple I computers and „less than 60“ are still in existence today, making the new auction extremely rare. The „Duston 2“ is operational and named after Adam Duston, one of its previous owners, and includes the original Apple I board, a modified Apple II [...]
A rare employment questionnaire filled out by former Apple CEO Steve Jobs was auctioned off last week, earning an impressive $174,757.
Jobs filled out the questionnaire in 1973, just after dropping out of Reed College, where he attended school for approximately six months and then audited classes for another year and a half.
The document provided a rare look into Jobs‘ life at the time, with Jobs listing „english lit“ as his major and Reed College as his address. „Computer“ and „Calculator“ were listed as skills, along with „Design“ and „Tech,“ and Jobs said that he had special abilities that [...]
An auction site is set to sell off three pieces of Steve Jobs memorabilia, including a rare employment questionnaire filled out by the former Apple CEO.
Jobs filled out the application in 1973, just after dropping out of Reed College, where he attended school for approximately six months and then audited classes for another year and a half.
On the document, Jobs lists „english lit“ as his major, and Reed College as his address. He lists „Computer“ and „Calculator“ as skills, along with „Design“ and „Tech,“ and says that he has special abilities that include „Electronics“ and digital „Tech [...]
Woodshed Art Auctions has announced it will be auctioning an opaque watercolor painting of Apple’s classic logo by the late Andy Warhol next month.
The painting is part of Warhol’s „Ads“ collection from 1985, one year after the original Macintosh launched. It features Apple’s old rainbow logo, which the company used from 1977 to 1998, between Apple and Macintosh word marks.
The painting measures eight inches squared inside a 16.5-inch squared frame, and it is signed by Warhol on the front and back. It is said to be in „very good condition“ with archival corners and no adhesives touching the artwork.
While a [...]