Jobs-Crafted Original 4GB iPhone Auctioned Again

Rare 4GB Unopened Original iPhone Crafted by Steve Jobs Up for Auction Again

On March 12th, Fast Technology reported that in 2007, Apple’s first-generation iPhone was released, sparking a technological revolution globally and now it has become a collector’s item.

Recently, an unopened first-generation iPhone was listed on the auction platform LCG Auctions, with a starting price of $10,000, and the auction will last for two weeks.


This first-generation iPhone is a rare 4GB version, challenging the $190,000 record set by another 4GB version auctioned in July last year.


It is reported that when Apple released the first-generation iPhone in 2007, it came in two versions, 4GB and 8GB. However, due to the high popularity of the 8GB version, the 4GB version was unpopular and quickly discontinued, making it extremely rare.



Mark Montero, the founder of LCG Auctions, has mentioned that the 4GB version of the original iPhone is more than 20 times rarer than the 8GB version.

The first-generation iPhone not only changed Apple’s destiny but also revolutionized the entire mobile phone industry.

When Jobs announced this phone at the Macworld conference, he called it “revolutionary,” and at that time, Jobs said, “Today, Apple is going to reinvent the phone.”


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