History Of Apple( iPhone) πŸ“±πŸ“²

Apple‘s core product lines are the iPhone smartphone, iPad tablet computer, iPod portable media players, and Macintosh computer line. Founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak created Apple computer on April 1, 1976, and incorporated the company on January 3, 1977, in Cupertino, California.


The history of apple iPhone

The history of iPhone began with a request from Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs to the company’s engineers, asking them to investigate the use of touchscreen devices and tablet computers (which later came to fruition with the iPad). Many have noted the device’s similarities to Apple’s previous touchscreen portable device, the Newton message pad. Like the message pad, the iPhone is nearly all screen. Its form factor is credited to Apple’s Chief Design Officer, Jonathan Ive.

The iPhone beta however was created in 2004 to test its ability towards commands of the Apple team and was called the first iPhone ever but was never released to the public so it was not considered as the main first iPhone. After trials and errors the iPhone was officially launched and accessible to the public in 2007 which was the first iPhone advertised noticeably at the Macworld 2007. In the beginning the iPhone was accessible in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Finland, France,The history of iPhone began with a request from Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs to the company’s engineers, asking them to investigate the use of touchscreen devices and tablet computers (which Spain, Italy and South Africa.

Jobs expressed his belief that tablet PCs and traditional PDAs were not good choices as high demand markets for Apple to enter, despite receiving many requests for Apple to create another PDA. He believed that cell phones were going to become important devices for portable information access, and that mobile phones needed to have excellent synchronization software. At that time, instead of focusing on a follow-up to their Newton PDA, Jobs had Apple focus on the iPod. Jobs also had Apple develop the iTunes software, which can be used to synchronize content with iPod devices. iTunes was released On September 7, 2005, Apple and Motorola released the ROKR E1, the first mobile phone to use iTunes. Jobs was unhappy with the ROKR, feeling that having to compromise with a non apple designer (Motorola) prevented Apple from designing the phone they wanted to make. The iPhone that was launched in 2004 was a starting point for Apple to learn more about the phone’s capabilities before the public. In September 2006, Apple discontinued support for the ROKR, and released a version of iTunes that included references to an as yet unknown mobile phone that could display pictures and video.

When was iPhone invented?

29 June 2007


Who started Apple?

  • Steve Jobs
  • Steve Wozniak
  • Ronald Wayne

How long did it take Steve Jobs to make the iPhone?

About 5 years. It started in 2002: This may sound simple, but it took Apple several years to create its first phone, The name was reserved back in 1999 when the company registered theiphone.org domain, just in the spirit of Apple.

Who owns Apple now?

The Vanguard Group itself is owned by the investors in its funds, and so also has no single owner. The largest individual shareholder in Apple is Arthur D. Levinson, who is also the chairman; owning 1,133,283 shares. Apple’s CEO is Tim Cook, who owns 1,083,598 shares.

3 thoughts

  1. There are some attention-grabbing time limits in this article but I don抰 know if I see all of them heart to heart. There is some validity however I’ll take maintain opinion till I look into it further. Good article , thanks and we wish more! Added to FeedBurner as nicely

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