Remember the first generation iPad that we talked about recently, which sported a couple of dock connectors since it was a prototype model? Well, someone in the US must have felt that it was worth $10,200 over eBay, which is a huge leap from the sub-$5,000 price point that it stood at when we first ran the story the other day. I guess there is always a price for everything, and this being an Apple product, it is no doubt a high profile device that deserves one’s attention. Still, that kind of money does start to sound a little bit crazy, but perhaps the new owner is hoping to be able to keep it long enough for the final sticker price to go up a whole lot more sometime in the future? Apple normally tries to stop auctions on their prototype devices, and with CEO Tim Cook sharing on how they want to double down on secrecy, it was surprising to see that Apple failed to shut down the auction for this first-gen iPad prototype.
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