An unopened first-generation iPhone has recently been put up for auction, and it is a truly unique piece of technology history. The device was originally released in 2007, making it 13 years old at the time of this writing. It’s remarkable to think that such an iconic product has remained untouched all these years later.
The phone is still sealed in its original packaging with all components intact – including the manual and other accessories that were included when it was purchased new back in 2007. This makes this particular item particularly special as there are very few examples like it left on the market today due to their rarity and age.
It’s impossible to predict how much someone would be willing to pay for such a rare item but given its historical significance, one can assume that bidders will be willing to go quite high for this piece of tech nostalgia from over a decade ago.
With so many people looking back fondly on Apple products from yesteryear, we could see some serious competition between bidders who want bragging rights about owning something so exclusive and valuable as an unopened first-generation iPhone!