August 25, 2011 By Matt Williams
The wholesale price of the computer (Apple's first product) was $500, and a retail markup of one-third equalled $666.66. Wozniak said he liked it because he was into repeating digits and it was easier to type.
"We didn't know the number had religious significance," Steve Wozniak, Apple's co-founder, admitted in an interview. "We found out."
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