人 Someone may identify themselves as an Apple fan by using only Apple products, but there are ways to take it even further. RR Auction is soliciting bids for very special Apple items.Held from March 5 to 12"The Steve Jobs auction with the life collection of Apple product design engineer Jerrold Manock" includes an estimated price of more than $ 35,000.Apple II contract signed by Steve JobsItems such as are lined up.
Vintage T-shirts can also be auctioned
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オ ー ク シ ョ ン Other auctions were owned by ManockFirst Macintosh manufactured in 1983Has been exhibited. Manock is a former Apple employee and a "father" of the company's industrial design group. In his collection,Apple mug signed by Manock (expected price over $ 200)Some are relatively inexpensive.
Jobs, who died in 2011, had turned 65 on his February 24 birthday if he was alive. Apple's CEO Tim Cook posted a tweet in honor of his late co-founder Jobs on Tuesday.
Thinking of Steve today on his birthday — his friendship, passion, and especially the laughter and joy he inspired. pic.twitter.com/qPMHbzxCsQ
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) February 24, 2020
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