It’s hard to believe but it’s been 35 years since Steve Jobs revealed the first Apple Macintosh – the Macintosh 128K. Since then, the PC world has undergone many changes with new form factors, and faster and faster systems with more capacious memory and storage.
A handwritten spec sheet for the first Apple computer is currently for sale through Bonham’s Auction house. It’s over 40 years old and was written by old mate Steve Jobs himself. This is some seriously cool computer history right here.
Apple cofounder Steve Jobs is remembered today as a genius renaissance man, but he was once just a dirtbag kid who was bad at filling out job applications. One application, from 1973, just sold for $US174,757 ($226,486). Along with other Jobs-related items, the application far exceeded its estimate.