A lthough a lot of old tech products wind up in the dustbin of history, a few of them go on to become valuable collector's items. And as it turns out, some of the old tech products in your attic might be able to fetch you a pretty penny. We found six vintage tech products that are worth way more than their original asking price today, from the first Apple computer to a Nintendo-backed exercise bike you could play video games on. Here are six of the most valuable vintage tech products today.
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Owners of iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Mac products may obtain service and parts from Apple or Apple service providers for 5 years after the product is no longer manufactured—or longer where required by law. Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Apple TV vintage products continue to receive hardware service from Apple service providers, including Apple Retail Stores, subject to availability of inventory, or as required by law. Monster-branded Beats products are considered obsolete regardless of when they were purchased. Apple has discontinued all hardware service for obsolete products with no exceptions. Service providers cannot order parts for obsolete products. Vintage and obsolete products Owners of iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Mac products may obtain service and parts from Apple or Apple service providers for 5 years after the product is no longer manufactured—or longer where required by law.
A long time ago, it would have been considered ludicrous to compete against such a giant like eBay. If you were selling vintage online, you would have been selling your treasures at flea markets on weekends, and eBay the rest of the time. Things have changed drastically since then. Nowadays, the e-commerce business is booming and online flea markets are no exception.
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