For Steve Jobs, the founder of the US-based technology giant Apple, ” Memories of Jobs“, an auction event was held. As part of this auction, works related to Steve Jobs or that were in the hands of Jobs in some way were put up for sale. The star of the auction was an Apple II manual that Jobs signed in 1980. This guide, 787 thousand 483 dollarsbuyer found.
The manual, signed by Jobs, is the company’s “Apple II” and all the technical details of his computer and how to use this work. During a trip to England, Jobs signed the manual and delivered it to its owner. As a cover letter ” Your generation is the first generation who grew up with computers. Go and change the world!Steven Jobs, 1980.“, leaving a message that is valuable even for generations to come.
The page on which the manual was signed, sold for approximately 800 thousand dollars
The name, who agreed to give $ 787 thousand 483 during the auction, is the owner of the American football group called the Indianapolis Colts. Jim Irsay happened. Making statements about the guide he received, Irsay said, ” When we consider the greatest, most innovative minds of the last two centuries, Steve Jobs should definitely be in the middle of them. Jobs was a truly transformative figure who changed the way people lived. Think, do business and interact daily. As always, I can’t wait to share this piece in the hope that it will educate and inspire others to do great things in life.“.
There were other works sold at the Jobs Memoirs event. In this context, a letter from Jobs for 479 thousand 939 dollars, software package named NeXTSTEP 210 thousand 235 dollars, signed version of Macworld #1 201 thousand 21 dollars, bomber jacket 66 thousand 466 dollars and a signed business card too 12 thousand 95 dollars has been sold.