Published on November 24th, 2012 | by Gizmodo0
These Polaroids Might Be the Oldest Pictures of an Apple Computer
In 1976, Apple products were far from the thin, glossy blades they are today.
In 1976, Apple products were far from the thin, glossy blades they are today. Apple’s humble beginnings started with the Apple I, hand-built by Steve Wozniak himself, and sold for $666.66. When Paul Terrell, owner of the Byte Shop, purchased 50 of the machines for sale way back then, he took a few pictures with his Polaroid camera. Now, those pictures are quite possibly the oldest pictures ever taken of an Apple product.
Terrell recently posted some of the pictures to Facebook, and they about as chock full of tech nostalgia as pictures can be. Featuring shots of the computer’s innards as well as shots of it in working order, the pictures are a sight to see, and must be even more of a joy to actual hold. You can see all of them over on the Technologizer. [TIME]
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