Bids on a rare Apple I computer being sold at auction are heading towards the $1 million mark. The machine is believed to be one of the earliest ever built, possibly a prototype, and has very strong historical value. It comes with original manuals.
A German auction house Breker announced Saturday that it has sold one of the last six functioning "Apple I" computers to a client at $668,000 (516,000 euros). The computer is one of 200 Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs handmade in a garage in 1976.
Steve Jobs stands beneath a photograph of him and Apple-co founder Steve Wozniak from the early days of Apple during the launch of Apple's new "iPad" tablet computing device in San Francisco, California, January 27, 2010