In the world, one of the most effective methods of buying and selling ancient objects is none other than auctions, meetings where wealthy people offer a lot of money to buy relics. And now, a giant amount of dollars is being offered to buy one of the first iPhone models, best of all, it’s in practically new condition. According to media such as LCG Auctions, the phone was priced at $39,339.60, and it is certain that the buyer will not open the box, all in order to keep it in terms of collectors. It’s a big price hike since it originally launched in 2007, as you had to pay about $600 to get one. Here is the media description of the product’s contents: This factory sealed first release example is in exceptional condition. Virtually flawless along the surface and edges, the factory stamp is clean with correct fit and sewing details. The labels on the reverse are properly flawless below the seal. All original – no aftermarket decals or UPC labels on this one. Brand new, never activated. Remember that the co-founder of Apple will also come to Mexico. If you want to know more, we invite you to follow this link. Via: LCG Auctions
Editor’s note: These types of purchases in the millions are also normal in the world of video games. Well, they have offered NES cartridges that came out of the factory and that obviously will never be opened. The post Auction of one of the first iPhone reaches very high figures first appeared on Atomix.