Ten years ago, today, Steve Jobs introduced us to the very first Apple iPhone, one of the most innovative gadgets the tech world has seen. It certainly wasn’t the first smartphone, but it definitely raised the bar for them. Apple was smart in leveraging their iPod popularity and combining something that people love a lot, music, with something they use every day, a phone. Add that to Apple’s laser-like focus on design , and you have yourself one of the most successful products of all time.
I’m not the biggest fan of Apple products, but I can sure appreciate the innovation, design and efforts behind a lot of their work – especially under Steve jobs. I’m sure I’m not the only one that misses Jobs with the level of innovation that’s been taking places at Apple lately. Although, I am becoming a much bigger fan as of lately and even considering trying out the iPhone 7 Plus as my next phone.
Either way, the introduction of the iPhone should be seen as a milestone in the tech and business world, so here’s the video of Steve Jobs introducing the device at Macworld in 2007. Enjoy!