posted at 06:00
Author Name: Sam Colt
Apples Living Cofounders Reminisce About The Apple I
The iPhone 6 isn't the only Apple hardware in high demand. An Apple I computer thought to be one of the first ever made sold for nearly a million dollars in October. Apple cofounders Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne recently sat down with Computerworld to talk about Apple's beginning and their first computer, the Apple I. Apple fans may have heard of Steve Wozniak, but fewer know Ron Wayne's story. That stake would be worth north of $68 billion today, based on Apple's market capitalization on Friday. Wayne cashed out days after officially joining Apple. Wozniak told Computerworld he wasn't shocked by the uptick in demand for old Apple products. "It's the largest brand in the world, so many people know Apple, and the Apple-1 is so rare. But it's also because the world's changed since Apple was started." The Apple cofounder remembered the company's early days fondly.

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