Evolution of iPhone [Infographic]
In early 2007, Apple announced its first generation iPhone in Macworld Convention at San Francisco. Company revealed the new product with the idea of “reinventing the phone”. The iPhone was announced with many features like touch screen, mobile phone, and an internet to communicate.
The iPhone has been the flagship product of Apple since its launch in 2007. Apple sent around 150 million dollars, acquiring iphone.com for a massively 1 million dollars and filling more than 200 patent applications, one wouldn’t anticipate that it will be anything less. Over the past few years the iPhone has experienced some significant changes, evolving into the technological feat it is today. There have been a total of 10 models released since 2007, the first generation iPhone, 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6 and 6 Plus. And the great news is that the new model of iPhone is in the queue to win the hearts of buyers.
The first generation iPhone revealed with the capacitive 3.5-inch multi touch display with touch-optimized software in a plain package that was unlike nothing else on the marketplace. Over the last eight years, Apple has refined and tweaked its iPhone into what it is today: the iPhone 6.
Apple has used blend of metal, plastic, and glass to design and made its ideas of what a modern mobile phone should look like overall the evolution of the iPhone. Major changes in the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 saw Apple cross the limits of smartphone design, all while competitors were catching up. Now that the smartphone industry is moving to larger screens, Apple has been forced to respond with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
The rest, as they say, is history. The iPhone is now considered to have reshaped the entire smartphone industry and helped Apple become one of the most valuable mobile companies in the world. Below infographic, brought to you by Hot Bargain Phones, revolves around the evolution of iPhone. Go through the same and don’t forget to hit the share buttons.
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