iPhone turns 10 years old

by July 3, 2017 0 comments

The Apple iPhone turns 10 recently, evoking memories of a rocky start for the device that ended up doing most to start the smartphone revolution and stirring interest in where it will go from here.

Apple has sold more than 1 billion iPhones since 29 June 2007, but the first iPhone, which launched without an App Store and was restricted to the AT&T Inc network, was limited compared to today’s version.

As we enter the second decade of the smartphone revolution, Apple is still the one to beat.But that strength is also Apple’s biggest vulnerability.

Apple’s biggest rivals – including Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, and Google – are all plotting to systematically undermine the Apple empire. And they all know that Apple’s dependency on the status quo is a golden opportunity for them to steal the advantage.

The current version is iPhone 7, but many people expect an iPhone 8 to come out soon. Some technology reporters say the next iPhone will come out in September, and it will be even larger than the ones we see today.

The first iPhone’s display was about nine centimeters. The newest one is expected to be about 14 centimeters. The first phone cost close to $500. The current version of the phone costs a little more than $600.

While many people said the iPhone made their lives easier, others were happy to point out its flaws. Autocorrect is supposed to fix typing mistakes when you write messages on your phone. Many people say it still has problems, even 10 years later. Others complained about the phone’s battery, memory and charger.

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