Caviar, a Russian company known for creating extravagant and expensive iPhone replacement casings, has revealed a new custom iPhone 12 Pro that uses a fragment of the original Apple I circuit.
The customized iPhone 12 Pro is a tribute to the original Apple I, the first computer made by Apple. The custom casing features a wooden back panel reminiscent of the one used on the Apple I, a miniaturized glossy titanium monitor and keyboard buttons, Apple lettering in the style of the original, and most importantly, a unique fragment of Apple I circuitry.
Only 63 Apple I computers have been confirmed to still exist and have been known to raise around $ 400,000 at auction. One of these was cut into pieces to create the Caviar Apple I iPhone 12 Pro.
The Apple I was released in 1976. Each was hand built by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. The computer was unique because, unlike other machines sold at the time, all users …
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