Steve Jobs: Biographie des Unternehmers, Gründer von Apple und (2023)

Steve Jobs: Biographie des Unternehmers, Gründer von Apple und (1)

BIOGRAPHIE VON STEVE JOBS - Der amerikanische Unternehmer Steve Jobs ist einer der wichtigsten Innovatoren der Computertechnik.Als visionäres Genie und kompromisslose Führungspersönlichkeit machte er sein Vermögen mit der Gründung des Unternehmens Apple.

Kurzbiografie von Steve Jobs - Steve Jobs wurde am24. Februar 1955in San Francisco, USA, geboren.Ihre leiblichen Eltern, eine syrische Studentin und eine junge amerikanische Katholikin, werden gezwungen, ihr Baby adoptieren zu lassen, weil der Vater der jungen Frau sieenterbenwill, wenn sie einen Nichtkatholiken heiratet.Das Neugeborene wurde dann von einem amerikanischen Ehepaaradoptiert: Paul Reinhold Jobs und seine Frau Clara Hagopian.Die Familie zog nach Mountain View, Kalifornien, und der junge Steve verliebte sich schon früh inElektronik ..Nach einem endgültigen Umzug nach Los Altos setzt Steve eine normale Erziehung fort.Im Alter von dreizehn Jahren zögerte er nicht, William Hewlett, Präsident des auf Elektronik spezialisierten Unternehmens Hewlett-Packard, anzurufen.Nach langen Minuten der Diskussion bekommt Steve die Teile, die er braucht, und bekommt einenFerienjobbei HP.An der Homestead High School trifft er aufSteve Wozniak, der seinKumpelwird .1972 zog Steve Jobs nach Portland, um sein Studium an der Reed College University fortzusetzen.

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Steve Jobs gründet die Firma Apple und häuft ein beachtliches Vermögen an

An der Universität gelangweilt, beschließt Steve Jobs, die Lehrveranstaltungen seines Studiengangs einzustellen und die ihn interessierenden als freier Zuhörer zu besuchen.Die junge Studentin experimentiert dann mit vielen Sachen imHippie-Trend .Bob Dylan, die Beatles und LSD sind Teil seiner Studienzeit.1974 kehrte er zu seinen Eltern zurück und bekam einen Job beim Videospieldesigner Atari.Beeinflusst von der orientalischen Kultur unternahm Jobs 1974 mit einigen Freunden eine Reise nach Indien.Zurück in den Vereinigten Staaten bekam er seinen Job zurück bei Atari und arbeitete mit seinem Freund Steve Wozniak am Design der elektronischen Schaltung für dasBreakout-Videospiel .Im Jahr darauf entwarfen die beiden KameradeneinenPrototypenApple(Computerunternehmen).Alles geht sehr schnell für Jobs und Wozniak, die in Steves Garage den ersten Apple I zusammenbauen.1977 brachten sie den Apple II auf den Markt, den ersten Personal Computer, der in großem Umfang verkauft wurde.Das Unternehmen geht 1980 an die Börse und Steve Jobs verdient ein schönes Vermögen.Mit nur 25 Jahren wurde er Multimillionär.Nachdem er sich von der grafischenBenutzeroberflächevon Xerox inspirieren ließ, brachte er 1983 die Apple Lisa und 1984 den Macintosh auf den Markt, der das Erscheinungsbild der Maus markierte.Steve Jobs stellte 1983 John Sculley (damals Geschäftsführer bei Pepsi-Cola) ein und startete eine große Werbekampagne für die Veröffentlichung des Macintosh, einschließlich eines Fernsehspots unter der Regie vonRidley Scott.

Steve Jobs wird entlassen und verlässt Apple, um NeXT zu gründen

1984 begann ein Machtkampf zwischen Steve Jobs und John Sculley.Von jeder Entscheidungsposition entfernt, beschloss Steve Jobs, das Unternehmen im September 1985 zu verlassen. Anschließend gründete erNeXT Computers.Die Produkte hatten nicht den erwarteten Erfolg, aber es gelang ihm, revolutionäre Technologien zu implementieren.1986 kaufte Steve Jobs auch ein Animationsstudio, das später inPixarumbenannt wurde .Nach einem Vertrag mit Disney, das sich um Finanzierung und Vertrieb kümmert, verzeichnete das Studio 1995 seinen ersten Erfolg mit dem AnimationsfilmToy Story, in dessenCreditsSteve Jobs alsProduzent genannt wirddelegieren.Im Dezember 1996 erwarb Apple NeXT und Steve Jobs wurde im September des folgenden Jahres erneut CEO.Unter seiner Leitung kehrte Apple, damals kurz vor demBankrott, zum Erfolg zurück, indem es 1998 deniMacund 2001 deniPodauf den Markt brachte . Die Marke Apple revolutionierte dann die Musikindustrie mit der Einführung voniTunesim Jahr 2001. Schließlich der iTunes Store , veröffentlicht im Jahr 2003, dann besiegelte die Eröffnung der Apple Stores Apples Popularität.

Der Tod des visionären Anführers Steve Jobs

Visionär ist Steve Jobs nicht bei seiner letzten Revolution.Es ist der Mobilfunk, dem er dann seine Spuren hinterlässt.Apple veröffentlichte 2007 mit großem Tamtam dasiPhone, ein revolutionäres Telefon, das Internet, Musik und Video integriert.Apple-Aktien stiegen in die Höhe, aber es war die Veröffentlichung desiPadim Jahr 2010, die die Marke Apple als Technologie-Benchmark etablierte.Apples Siegeszug macht es zu einem der wohlhabendsten Unternehmen der Welt.Und nachdem er sein Unternehmen an die Spitze gehievt hat, verlässt der Mitbegründer von Apple krank diese Welt.Steve Jobs, der seit 2003 an Bauchspeicheldrüsenkrebserkranktwar, starb am5. Oktober 2011im Alter von 56 Jahren.Der visionäreSteve Jobs machte Apple, ein kleines Unternehmen, das in der Garage seiner Eltern in Los Altos gegründet wurde, zu einemPionierunternehmendes Personal Computers mit überwältigendem Erfolg.Ehrungen aus der ganzen Welt würdigen die Erinnerung an einen genialen Unternehmer, der wusste, wie man seine Zeit markiert.

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STEVE JOBS: SCHLÜSSELDATEN

24. Februar 1955: Geburt von Steve Jobs, Gründer von Apple
Steve Jobs wurde in San Francisco, USA, im Bundesstaat Kalifornien geboren.Als Kind eines syrischen Vaters und einer amerikanischen Mutter wird er einer Adoptivfamilie anvertraut, weil sein Großvater mütterlicherseits droht, seine Tochter zu enterben, wenn sie einen Nichtkatholiken heiratet.Der kleine Steve wurde von einem amerikanischen Ehepaar, Paul Reinhold Jobs und Clara Hagopian, adoptiert und wuchs in Mountain View, dann in Los Altos, immer noch in Kalifornien, auf.Als leidenschaftlicher Elektroniker begann er im Sommer beim Computerhersteller Hewlett-Packard zu arbeiten und lernte seinen Kumpel Steve Wozniak in der High School kennen.
1. April 1976: Geburt von Apple
Steve Jobs und Steve Wozniak konzipieren am Boden einer Garage einen billigenComputer, indem sie gedruckte Schaltungen zusammenbauen.Dieses technologische Wunderwerk übertrifft durch seine Einfachheit den bereits vorhandenen Atlair 8800.Jobs, Wozniak und Ronald Wayne gründeten Apple am 1. April 1976 mit einem Kapital von 500 Dollar.In den folgenden Tagen zieht sich Wayne zurück und gewinnt seine Wette zurück.Nachdem die Apple Computer Company eine Finanzierung und einen Geschäftsplan gefunden hat, vermarktet sie ihren ersten Computer für 666,66 $.
17. Mai 1978: Geburt seiner Tochter Lisa Brennan-Jobs
Steve Jobs hat eine Tochter mit Chrisann Brennan, seiner damaligen Freundin.Nachdem er jahrelang die Vaterschaft dieses Kindes geleugnet hat, erkennt Steve Jobs es schließlich rechtlich an.Zur gleichen Zeit veröffentlichte Apple einen Computer namens „Lisa“, dessen Name Jobs schließlich zugab, war eine Hommage an seine Tochter, die ein paar Jahre zuvor geboren wurde.
1985: Steve Jobs lernt seine leibliche Schwester kennen
Nach der Wiedervereinigung mit seiner leiblichen Mutter Joanne Carole Schieble, einer Amerikanerin Schweizer Herkunft, erfährt Steve Jobs, dass er eine Schwester, Mona Simpson, hat.Er lernte sie erst 1985 kennen. Indem sie eine gute Beziehung aufrechterhielten, kamen sich der Bruder und die Schwester nahe.Aber Steve, der auch seinen leiblichen Vater, Abdulfattah Jandali, einen syrischen Muslim, recherchiert hat, beschließt, ihn nicht zu treffen.Ironischerweise empfing Abdulfattah, zum Restaurantmanager konvertiert, einige Jahre zuvor Steve Jobs in seinem Etablissement.
29. Juni 2007: Das iPhone wird in den USA veröffentlicht
Fünf Jahre nach der Markteinführung des iPod, einem Produkt, das ihm neues Leben einhaucht, tritt Apple in den Mobilfunkmarkt ein und hofft, den gleichen Erfolg zu erzielen.Das Unternehmen bringt das iPhone daher mit viel Marketing in den USA auf den Markt.Symbol und Konkretisierung der Konvergenz der Medien, das iPhone kumuliert die Funktionen: Mobiltelefonie natürlich, aber auch Internet, Musik und Video.
31. Mai 2007: Steve Jobs begräbt das Kriegsbeil mit Bill Gates
Steve Jobs hatte schon immer eine gewisse Abneigung gegenBill Gatesund seine Firma Microsoft, resultierend aus dem damaligen harten Wettbewerb zwischen Apple und Microsoft im IT-Bereich.Doch am 31. Mai 2007, am Set derAll Things Digital-Konferenz , wurde das Kriegsbeil definitiv begraben, und die beiden Computergiganten schickten sich gegenseitig Komplimente.
5. Oktober 2011: Tod von Steve Jobs, visionärer Pionier
Steve Jobs starb im Alter von 56 Jahren an Bauchspeicheldrüsenkrebs, den er sich 2003 in seinem Haus in Palo Alto zugezogen hatte.Sein Tod ist eine weltweite Hommage an den visionären Innovator, der er war.Apple ist ein Waisenkind seines brillanten Direktors und sieht, wie Tim Cook die Kontrolle über das Unternehmen übernimmt, in Übereinstimmung mit dem Willen von Steve Jobs.
2016: Ein biografischer Film, der Steve Jobs gewidmet ist
Im Sommer 2013 kam ein erstes misslungenes Biopic in die Kinos.Steve Jobs wird dort vonAshton Kutchergespielt .Der Film erhielt Kritikerlob und floppte an den Kinokassen.Ein zweites Biopic, das Mühe hatte, das Licht der Welt zu erblicken, kam 2016 in die Kinos. Steve Jobs wurde von SchauspielerMichael Fassbendergespielt , und dieser Film mit dem einfachen TitelSteve Jobsunter der Regie vonDanny Boylewurde besser aufgenommen.
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FAQs

What gave Steve Jobs the idea of Apple? ›

Apple (1976–1985) Basically Steve Wozniak and I invented the Apple because we wanted a personal computer. Not only couldn't we afford the computers that were on the market, those computers were impractical for us to use. We needed a Volkswagen.

What was Steve Jobs dream for Apple? ›

When Jobs and co-founder Wozniak founded Apple in 1977, they had a vision to “put a computer in the hands of every-day people.” Little could they have anticipated the iPhone, iPad, etc. that now proliferate our world. Jobs also thought a leader's role was to inspire his team to help make that dream a reality.

Why was Steve forced out of Apple? ›

Apple fired Steve Jobs in 1985 because of a clash with the CEO. Jobs clashed with Sculley after two new products — the Lisa and the Macintosh — failed to live up to sales expectations.

Did Steve Jobs own 100% of Apple? ›

Jobs owned about 11 percent of Apple when the company went public in 1980. Five years later, he was pushed out of the company and angrily sold off all but one of his shares, saying he didn't have faith in the company's leadership. He kept the single share so that he could access investor reports.

Why is Apple called Apple? ›

But in reality, Steve Jobs named the company Apple because he liked the fruit. Steve Jobs followed a fruitarian diet and suggested the name Apple to Wozniak after Jobs visited an apple orchard.

What is Apple's main purpose? ›

Apple's mission is “to bring the best user experience to its customers through its innovative hardware, software, and services.” And in a manifesto dated 2019 Tim Cook set the vision specified as “We believe that we are on the face of the earth to make great products and that's not changing.”

What is Steve Jobs famous for saying? ›

We're here to put a dent in the universe. Otherwise why else even be here?” This is one of Steve Jobs' most famous and inspiring quotes. At the end of the day, your goals and accomplishments are never about you.

Did Apple reject Steve Jobs? ›

6. Steve Jobs. It doesn't get much worse than getting fired from your own company but Steve Jobs didn't let it get to him, and instead threw himself into his work and eventually returned to the company as CEO in 1997, leading Apple to its greatest successes.

What does Steve Jobs say is most important in life? ›

Remembering that I'll be dead soon is the most important tool I've ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything -- all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure -- these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.

How did Steve save Apple? ›

By simplifying the product portfolio, Steve Jobs not only saved Apple from the brink of bankruptcy but also brought a renewed focus and energy back. He then concentrated on developing breakthrough products like the Ipad and iPhone that changed Apple's destiny.

Why did Steve Jobs change the Apple logo? ›

After only a year, Steve Jobs announced the logo as “old-fashioned” and thought it was too challenging to use on a smaller scale. Jobs also believed in the importance of modern computer design and wanted a logo to reinforce this idea and impress customers. After all, a logo represents what a brand is.

Did Steve Jobs quit Apple before death? ›

Jobs suffered a string of medical issues, including surgery to remove a pancreatic tumor in 2004 and a liver transplant in 2009. He left Apple on Aug. 24, 2011, and died six weeks later at his home in Palo Alto, California. Jobs had an estimated net worth of more than $7 billion at the time of his death.

Who sold Apple for $800? ›

founding partnership agreement signed by Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne from 1976. So after spending a mere 12 days with Wozniak and Jobs, Wayne had his name taken off the contract and sold his shares back to his co-founders for $800.

Who gave Apple 150 million? ›

On August 6, 1997, Microsoft's Bill Gate invested $150 million in Apple which was in the brink of bankruptcy. Following the deal, Steve Jobs told Gates, “Bill, thank you. The world's a better place.” At the time, Time Magazine used the quote on their cover.

Which country owns Apple? ›

Apple became the first publicly traded U.S. company to be valued at over $1 trillion in August 2018, then $2 trillion in August 2020, and most recently $3 trillion in January 2022.

What is apples full name? ›

Apple Inc., formerly Apple Computer, Inc., American manufacturer of personal computers, smartphones, tablet computers, computer peripherals, and computer software.

What apple logo means? ›

It was designed by Wayne and was an image of Isaac Newton sitting under a tree with a book when an apple fell on his head. The image depicts Newton discovering gravity and even includes a poem quote by William Wordsworth.

Why is apple called a false fruit? ›

The apple is called a false fruit as the apple develops from the thalamus of the flower, which forms the thick basal structure of the flower.

What makes Apple successful? ›

Apple's success lies in a strategic vision that transcended simple desktop computing to include mobile devices and wearables. Both performance and design are key drivers of the Apple brand and its ongoing success.

What is Apple's slogan? ›

Apple's Crazy Ones

Think Different” is one of the most recognizable slogans of the 21st Century. The idea was first introduced in the 1997 TV commercial. “Think Different” is still on Apple products today, 23 years after the TV debut.

What is special about Apple? ›

Apples are an incredibly nutritious fruit that offers multiple health benefits. They're rich in fiber and antioxidants. Eating them is linked to a lower risk of many chronic conditions, including diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Apples may also promote weight loss and improve gut and brain health.

What was Steve Jobs slogan? ›

One of the most famous Jobs quotes is "Stay hungry, stay foolish," a motto that followed him through life.

What was Steve Jobs biggest problem? ›

In his famous commencement address at Stanford in 2005, Jobs talked about how the biggest challenge of his life also turned out to be his biggest opportunity: when he was 30 years old, the company he had co-founded and worked hard in all his adult life suddenly fired him. It was, he said, “devastating.”

Did Apple cut Russia off? ›

The iPhone maker made the move after calls from Ukrainian officials for tech companies to either pull back their services or stop offering them entirely in Russia after its invasion of Ukraine. “We have paused all product sales in Russia,” an Apple spokesperson said in a statement.

Who dropped out of Apple? ›

Reportedly, "Twelve days after Wayne wrote the document that formally created Apple, he returned to the registrar's office and renounced his role in the company", therefore relinquishing his equity in exchange for US$800 on April 12, 1976.

What lessons can we learn from Steve Jobs life? ›

4 Lessons from Steve Jobs That Are Still Relevant 10 Years After His Death
  • Failure equals opportunity. The idea of failure as opportunity has been around a long time yet most entrepreneurs are taught to avoid failure at all costs. ...
  • Keep faith through adversity. ...
  • What makes a successful life. ...
  • Stay foolish.
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What are the three important life lessons you learn from Steve Jobs? ›

Steve Jobs: Five lessons for life
  • BE CURIOUS.
  • FAILURE OFFERS OPPORTUNITY.
  • CHOOSE A JOB YOU LOVE.
  • REMEMBER - ONE DAY YOU'LL DIE.
  • LISTEN TO YOUR HEART.
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What lessons do you believe you can learn from the life of Steve Jobs? ›

Here are 10 useful lessons we can learn from Steve Jobs (1955-2011).
  • Love what you do. ...
  • Cut out or avoid the bozos. ...
  • Surround yourself with culture to be more creative. ...
  • Don't be afraid to take risks. ...
  • Qualifications are not everything. ...
  • Keep it simple. ...
  • Money need not dictate your projects. ...
  • Learn to be bold.

Who really saved Apple? ›

The most poignant moment of that fraught relationship happened 20 years ago. In August of 1997, Gates stepped in and saved Apple, which, at the time, was on the brink of bankruptcy. “Bill, thank you. The world's a better place,” Jobs told Gates after the Microsoft exec agreed to make a $150 million investment in Apple.

How did Jobs take back Apple? ›

When Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1996, the company was in dire straits. He quickly staged a boardroom coup, becoming CEO once again and working to turn the company around via new products and an investment from Apple's main rival, Microsoft.

Did iPhone save Apple? ›

It was the iMac that saved Apple Computer, but it was the iPod that made the company into a consumer technology hit — and it lasted for an amazing 21 years.

Why is the apple logo bitten? ›

Nope, that's one of those logo urban legends. The reason for the bite was to clarify it clear that the fruit is an Apple since with no reference to help us gauge proportion, it could just as easily be a cherry. The bite also allowed the word 'apple' to initially be placed inside the space in the Apple.

Why is Iphone logo a bitten apple? ›

While it would make sense for the Apple logo to honor Alan Turing, that wasn't logo designer Rob Janoff's intention. “I designed it with a bite for scale, so people get that it was an apple, not a cherry,” Rob explained to Creative Bits. “Also it was kind of iconic about taking a bite out of an apple.

Why did apple remove the light logo? ›

Potential structural rigidity issues

One of the major reasons Apple had to let go of the glowing logo on MacBooks was to improve the internal structural rigidity of the lid.

What percentage of Apple did Steve Jobs own? ›

Two hours later, Jobs and Wozniak decided to launch Apple with Wayne, signing the partnership agreement Wayne typed up on the spot that gave each of the two Steves a 45 percent stake in Apple.

How did Steve Jobs death affect Apple stock? ›

The false news about the death of Steve Jobs provoked a strong and immediate reflex, causing Apple shares to drop considerably. Furthermore, this event plays a central role in changing market behavior in relation to the Apple's stocks, as demonstrated.

What made Steve Jobs successful? ›

Some of his personal traits that enabled him to achieve success in his career were focus, passion and his exceptional imagination. Besides, his communication skills were amazing because he could entertain, inform and inspire his audience at the same time.

How much did the Apple-1 cost in 1976? ›

"The Apple I went on sale in July 1976 at a price of US $666.66, because Wozniak liked the repeating digits and because they originally sold it to a local shop for $500 for the one-third markup. About 200 units were produced.

Did Bill Gates buy Apple? ›

Microsoft converted all of its shares into common stock by 2001, giving the Gates-led company roughly 18.1 million shares of Apple. By 2003, Microsoft had sold its entire stake in Apple for $550 million.

Who is Apple angel? ›

(/mɑːrˈkuːlə/; born February 11, 1942) is an American electrical engineer, businessman and investor. He was the original angel investor, first chairman, and second CEO for Apple Computer, Inc., providing critical early funding and managerial support.
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Does Apple make a billion a day? ›

Apple makes roughly $1 billion in revenue every single day.

Not only does Apple sell their highly profitable iPhones, but they also own Beats Electronics and Beats Music, Siri, Shazam, NeXT Software, AuthenTec, Mobeewave, and more.

Who buys Apple the most? ›

The Americas are Apple's largest regional market, bringing in net sales of 39.81 billion U.S. dollars in the fourth quarter of the company's 2022 fiscal year. Europe and Greater China are two other major markets for Apple.

Who owns Apple now in 2022? ›

Apple Inc. is owned by two main institutional investors (Vanguard Group and BlackRock, Inc).

Which country iPhone is best? ›

In fact, many people consider any phone assembled or made in China to be the best-designed and well-made phone option available on the market. That said, good iPhones can come from just about anywhere in the world but China is Apple's favorite.

Why is Apple priced so high? ›

While at first it seems Apple is taking advantage of its brand name, there's much more to its pricing than meets the eye. Factors like Apple's exclusive ecosystem, privacy policy, marketing costs, and high resale value also contribute to a product's high price.

Why are iPhones made in China? ›

Because Chinese workers have higher efficiency in assembling iPhone, Apple gives out many manufacturing jobs in China. Since China has lots of people who are in struggle for jobs, the manufacture of the iPhone increases China's employment to some extend.

How did Steve Jobs come up with the Apple logo? ›

To help create a new logo, Jobs hired Rob Janoff, a graphic designer tasked with creating a logo that would blend the name “Apple” with a modern-looking design. And so, the famous Apple logo was born. Janoff's design was quite simple, a 2D apple with a bite taken out of it and a rainbow spectrum splashed across it.

When did Steve Jobs think of the iPhone? ›

It was five months after Steve Jobs, in perhaps his most iconic Apple keynote, introduced the original iPhone: "An iPod, a phone and internet communicator. An iPod, a phone, are you getting it?" Steve Jobs revealed Apple's phone on Jan. 9, 2007.

What does the apple logo really mean? ›

The first logo was created by Ronald Wayne, one of which co-founded Apple in the early days in 1976, who wanted to represent the law of gravity that is inspired by an apple. The first image to represent the computer company was Isaac Newton, the man who revolutionised science with his discoveries on gravity.

Why is apple bitten in logo? ›

The logo's creator Rob Janoff revealed the real reason the bite is there in an interview with Creative Bits. Janoff said, "When I explain the real reason why I did the bite it's kind of a let down. But I'll tell you. I designed it with a bite for scale, so people get that it was an apple not a cherry.

Why is the apple logo so successful? ›

It always has a brand attached to it (even if your company is one-week-old). Apple's logo is so successful not only because it's simple and elegant. More important than that, it reflects the brand's values and triggers the right associations. Right from the start (remember Newton's painting from the earlier passage?)

What is the first iPhone name? ›

The iPhone (retrospectively referred to unofficially as the iPhone 2G, iPhone 1 or original iPhone) is the first iPhone model and the first smartphone designed and marketed by Apple Inc.

Who bought the very first iPhone? ›

From iPhone 1 to iPhone 4S: the evolution of digital life. June 29, 2007, the day the original iPhone went on sale, was a big day for Web developer Honey Berk. She got the Apple smartphone and a fiancé.

How much did the first iPhone cost? ›

The device originally retailed for $599 in 2007 — or $852 in 2022 after inflation — and quickly saw its price climb from the opening bid of $2,500 to well into five figures.

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