First Gen iPhone goes on sale


Collecting’s mania spreads also into the iPhone’s world.

Indeed on eBay, someone is selling a rare first-generation iPhone for $15,000; a huge sum for a device that only offers 4GB of storage.

The first iPhone was released back in 2007, and the Apple iPhone 4GB was only sold in the United States, for just three months. This makes the smartphone (the aluminium-backed iPhone) something of a rarity, and also represents the beginning of the Apple’s revolution in the mobile industry.

If you want a piece of history, and have the pleasure of owning the first ever iPhone, you would have to fork out this incredible amount of money.

Until now eBay auction has obtained 46 offers, none of which are even close to the whopping sum. Nostalgia is really going to cost a capital.

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