Standing on stage at Macworld Expo, Steve Jobs he uttered words that would go down in history as the introduction of a device that would revolutionize everything. Jobs presented like this l’iPhone 16 years ago todaywhich was distinguished by its futuristic design, a multi-touch display without a physical keyboard and iPhoneOS, a real mobile operating system.
The iPhone revolution, 16 years ago today
The original iPhone had a 3.5 inch, a 2 megapixel camera and an aluminum and plastic body. Every year since the original iPhone, Apple has continued to update it with new features and capabilities.
The first significant redesign of the iPhone came with l’iPhone 4 in 2010, three years after the original iPhone was introduced. The iPhone 4 marked a turning point in iPhone history, offering an all-new design with flat edges, an all-new Retina display, the A4 processor, a 5 megapixel camera, LED flash, and more.
Two years after, l’iPhone 5 marked another redesign for the iPhone, making it taller with a larger Retina display, the A6 chip, a slim design making it the “world’s thinnest smartphone” at the time, a new 8-megapixel iSight camera and more.
In the years that followed, Apple introduced several innovations that live on to this day, such as Touch ID e Face ID, advanced cameras, industry-leading smartphone performance and battery life, elegant designs, and a tightly integrated device ecosystem. .
Coming up to the present day: iPhone SE, iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro e iPhone 14 Pro Max. Today’s iPhones include features unthinkable in the days of the original iPhone, including a full-screen display with no Home button and narrow bezels, facial recognition, 4K video recording, a 48MP camera, Dynamic Island, a refresh rate display higher, and all the features and capabilities of iOS 16.