I remember seeing parts of these missions at primary school aged 5 or 6. I can remember seeing the moon surface moving past the camera, but at that age, it seemed to go on for ages and I had no concept of its significance.
I also saw the first flight of the British Concorde, also quite boring at such a young age as it took ages before it actually took off.
Fast forwards a few years and I feel privileged to have witnessed such feats of engineering.
Sure mobile phones are many orders of magnitude more powerful than the computers of that era, but that is precisely why their achievements are so astounding.
If I were sitting on top of the world's biggest computer controlled firework I'd prefer those machine code programmed low powered 60's era machines.
More computing power and memory means more bugs...!!!
However much effort is spent on trying to eliminate bugs, they will always be there, even on those under powered Apollo machines.