Early Photos Of Apple I Emerge

Posted in Apple, Miscellaneous on 23/11/2012 by Henry Taylor-Gill


36 years ago, two people called Steve walked into the Byte Shop in Mountain View, California to try and sell their Apple I. Little did they know they were going to completely change the world.

Paul Terrell, the owner of the store, has just released some amazing photos of the Apple I stripped down, running on a video monitor, Techland reports. Take a look, as they’re pretty cool.

Without Terrell and the Byte Store, who persuaded Jobs and Wozniak to sell the Apple I as a full computer and not as a DIY hobby kit, things would be very different today.

The Apple I originally sold for $666.66, however considering their extreme rarity today, they are now much more expensive. Sotheby’s sold one for $374,500) back in June.


Henry Taylor-Gill

Henry is a student who is a huge Apple fan, and has used their products since day one. He can remember how happy he was when he received the first iPod back in 2001 as a birthday present. He has an international background, having spent most of his life in France but he now lives in the UK. He is also a native French speaker and can also speak Spanish at a decent level. In addition to tech, Henry is an avid sports fan and has his own sports blog.