An Apple I, the great grandaddy of today’s iMac, has sold for £133,350 in an auction at Christies. The price makes the Apple I in question worth the equivalent of 310 iPads – a device that it is thousands of times slower than. One of only 200 models, the auctioned Apple I was snapped up by Italian collector Marco Boglione who plans to restore it and put in a museum of classic Apple kit. Our favourite Apple I fact? It cost $666.66 because Steve Wozniak likes repeating digits!