RR Auctions recently held an online auction of Apple memorabilia.
The focus of the auction is an iPad that was given to Steve Jobs and signed by him. The item was for a dentist in Hawaii named Frank Sayre who treated Jobs during his visit. Sayre did not charge Jobs for the treatment and instead unveiled a silent fundraising auction. He then asked for a signed iPad, which he received a few months later.
The signed iPad is scheduled to go live on September 23rd, but has already reached $12,000 in pre-live bidding. Included in the auction are two original iPhones that are unopened. The iPhone is expected to fetch $20,000.
The two unboxed iPhones are available as a 4GB model, while the 8GB model is gift-wrapped. A check from Apple signed by Steve Jobs is expected to bring in more than $25,000.