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The second most expensive new iPhone ever at $19,999

trs96

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No, it's not the iPhone 12 Pro Max soon to be released. It's not one that's made out of gold & diamonds as pictured.

The phone only has 4GB of storage and can't even make a phone call on today's 3/4G networks. Crazy, I know.

It's a first gen iPhone in a shrink wrapped box, produced in June of 2007. The 4GB models were soon discontinued

because most people wanted 8GBs and some even 16GBs. You could only run one app at a time and had many other

limitations due to the early version of iOS it ran and hardware limitations. So if you've got a spare 20 grand to spend

and want one of the rarest iPhones ever, it's yours. Just don't break open the shrinkwrap or you'll instantly lose 1/2 its

value. Is it a good investment. You bet, look at what the original Apple I motherboard sells for at auction. Well over

$500,000. https://www.barrons.com/articles/first-apple-computer-heads-to-auction-01557427642


You can see the listing in the screenshot attached below.
 

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