Ten years ago, Apple released the very first iPhone. While it is difficult to overstate the significance of what Steve Jobs and company achieved a decade later, it is easy to lose sight of precisely how far we’ve come.
The first iPhone lacked 3G connectivity and didn’t have an App Store. It had a rear camera, but didn’t allow sending images via text messages. Multitasking wasn’t a thing, and that’s to say nothing of how infamously buggy, unreliable, and incompletethe product was when Jobs first demoed it in front of a MacWorld audience in 2007. The entire mobile industry was a different place, too. Cingular Wireless was still around, and the leading smartphones of the day came from the likes of Nokia, BlackBerry, Palm, and Motorola, sporting QWERTY keyboards nearly as large as their screens. (MORE HERE)
iPhone 4 (2010)
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