Over nine millions was spent creating the first-generation iPod

Apple devotees frequently purchase used Apple products at exorbitant prices. I paid a premium sum this time and purchased an iPod from the first generation.

A first-generation 4G iPhone was sold secondhand at an auction for a record sum last month. In 2001, Apple released the first-generation iPod, which was well-liked for its attractive design and portability.

The iPod was available for $399 at the time. Rally, a company that sells unique products, has now sold the parked iPod. It cost me $29, and I was able to sell it for 900,000,000.

Over the $399 starting price, the cost has increased significantly. The first-generation iPod’s purchaser will remain anonymous, according to Rally. Fred and Betty Goodwin purchased the iPod as a holiday gift.