A vintage Apple-1 is the tech giant’s first ever computer which debuted on 1976, has been sold at Christie’s auction for $365,000 and the person who bought this old machine is unidentified.

Christie’s original and working “Apple-1 computer” has been sold at the New York’s auction last week, Fortune report added. However, there were lots of similar computers on auction from other manufacturers, but a vintage Apple-1 computer came up with a pre-installed motherboard that makes ‘Apple far ahead of its competitors’, as mentioned in Christie’s auction listing.

According to the reports, it is speculated that ‘a vintage Apple-1 computer’ which sold at a cheaper price (as compared to previous one), it wasn’t a “Genuine” machine with extras like a green case and a different computer chip.

Here’s the Instagram post from Christie’s — the world-renowned auction house.

At previous auctions, the one Apple-1 sold for $905,000 and the other for $671,400. So, the speculations about a recent Apple-1 is being raised, even the auction house didn’t say why this particular “vintage Apple-1 computer” sold for a cheaper price.

Roughly 50 “Apple-1 Computers” are still existing. Within a list, some displayed at museums over the world like at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC.

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