The first computer released under the Apple name is the Apple-1, which came out back in 1976. As of now, only 40 to 50 of these units are known to exist, and the most recent one to change hands did so for the incredible price of $671,400.
This makes the Apple-1, despite its primitive mechanics, the most expensive Apple computer in the world. As for who actually put down that much money for the modern-day relic, not much is known. He or she has opted to remain anonymous.
That $671,400 purchase price also included an authentic business letter from the late Steve Jobs. It’s nice, but I think I still prefer my iPod.