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This article was published on October 16, 2013

    This rare photo shows the first batch of Apple 1 computers in 1976

    This rare photo shows the first batch of Apple 1 computers in 1976 Image by: © BNPS.CO.UK
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    A newly-surfaced photo of the original batch of Apple’s first computers is offering a rare behind-the-scenes look at the company’s humble origins, according to the Daily Mail. The image, which is believed to have been taken by Steve Jobs in his bedroom, emerged as part of an auction for a mint-condition Apple 1.

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    The owner of the computer decided to put the lot up for sale after another working Apple 1 sold for a record $671,000 earlier this year.

    Steve Jobs’ 1976 photograph of the company’s first computers seen for the first time

    Image credit: BNPS