First iPhone was sold on 45 lakhs, 2 megapixel camera and visual voicemail on first iPhone

Sep Fri 2022 03:27:45

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First iPhone was sold on 45 lakhs,  2 megapixel camera and visual voicemail on first iPhone

iPhone One has been auctioned in America. An unopened, unused iPhone One was auctioned for 35,414 US dollars, which is about 45 lakh rupees. Similarly, the first iPod, which was launched in 2001, has been sold for 25,000 dollars, i.e. about 32 lakhs. RR Auction has auctioned those goods.

That is, the price of that rare iPhone of the first generation could be in millions of dollars. However, during the auction, it was sold for about 35 thousand dollars.

The circuit board of the Apple One computer, which was prepared by Apple founder Stephen Wozniak himself, was also sold during the auction. The said circuit board cost 6 lakh 77 thousand 196 dollars i.e. about 9 crore rupees.

The first iPhone had a 2 megapixel camera and visual voicemail capability. Launched in June 2007, the iPhone One was available in two variants. In which the price of 4 GB was 499 dollars and the price of 8 GB variant was 599 dollars. Also, it had MP3 player, web browser and various other features. All those features were very high-tech for that time.

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