On Thursday, November 25, American computer programmer and Apple Co-founder Steve Wozniak signature on 45-year-old original Apple I computer motherboard.
This is really a very rare and unusual moment for any Apple fan to see Apple co-founder was holding and signing his 45 years old 1976 creation and surprisingly, it is still in the perfect-looking condition, revealed at Dubai Mall in the United Arab Emirates.
A new picture and video of this special moment shared by The AAPL Collection on Twitter with writing,
"Today we reunited the Master with one of his creations… what an amazing experience."
"Woz holding our 1976 Apple Computer 1…the invention that sparked the personal computer revolution and led to the creation of the most valuable and profitable company in the world."
You can clearly see in a video that when a man takes out Apple I computer motherboard from a bubble wrap packaging, many people, including Steve Wozniak foregather and when he saw his first creation, he was completely surprised and said,
"That’s an Apple 1. Wow! Oh my God. Just give a nice pen and I’ll sign up here."
Apple I computer was the first-ever Apple product introduced on 11 April 1976, developed and programmed by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and, designed and marketed by his partner and another Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who has a major role to reach Apple to become one of the most valuable companies in the world.
At that time, the pricing of the original Apple I computer was $666.66, there was a total of 200 units assembled by both of them. But on eBay and in some auctions, it can be sold up to $1.5 million in recent times.