In 2004, I bought this Adobe suite of software. At the time, it was the full complement of software that the world’s best graphic designers would use to create their artwork.
(The current cloud‐based version still fills that role.)
I paid something like $700 — and at the time, the regular full price was north of $1,000.
Today? That software is useless. It’s not worth a penny.
The computers it would run on have long since been retired.
And even though the core functionality of that suite of software hasn’t changed, no one would buy that old version.
At least we still hold value when we get older. Our core functionality isn’t that much different, though there are newer faster versions.