Factory-sealed first iPhone sold at auction for $55,000

As we are seeing these days that many old iPhones are being auctioned and they are being sold for many times more than their original price. Recently a 2007 factory-packed first iPhone with a $599 price tag sold for $54,904. It is surprising that there is a huge difference between its original price and the purchased price.

According to reports, the iPhone was put up for sale by RR Auction on behalf of a former Apple employee. A similar thing happened earlier this year when a packaged iPhone sold for over $63,000 last month. This iPhone had set a record for being sold at such a high price tag.

Talking about this iPhone, you can see its details below:

Unopened first generation original Apple iPhone, Model A1203, Order MA712LL/A (8GB). The box features a life-size image of the iPhone with twelve icons on the screen, indicating that it is from the earliest production (2007); a 13th icon, for iTunes, came later in the year. In brand new, factory-sealed condition. Accompanied by an AT&T bag and leaflet regarding rate plans and iPhone activation. The consignor notes that he purchased this phone upon its release in 2007, but also received one through work as an Apple employee; this spare was therefore never opened.

Last year also some iPhones were sold at similarly high prices. Let us tell you that not only iPhone but many other things have also been sold in this auction with many times higher price tags.


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