A U.S.-based auction house is selling a factory-sealed first-generation iPhone, and it’s expected to sell for upwards of $60,00o USD (roughly $81,000 CAD).
Steve Jobs unveiled the small touchscreen device in January 2007. Customers who purchased the phone received it in a black box covered in plastic.
But this box also contains something extra: a little red sticker with the phrase “lucky you” printed next to the apple logo. According to AppleInsider, the sticker may have been part of the holiday season when the first-gen device was sold.
The box measures in at 14 × 9 × 7cm and contains the model A1203 device. An accompanying x-ray from the Wright auction house confirms the device is inside the box, alongside other essentials Apple once included.
Image credit: Wright
Source: Wright Via: AppleInsider