15th Anniversary of the Apple iPhone: Watch Steve Jobs Unveils the first iPhone!

This week marks the 15th anniversary of Apple’s most popular product, the iPhone.

Steve Jobs, Apple’s founder and CEO, introduced the first-ever Apple iPhone at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco, California, in January 2007.

Despite the fact that the first iPhone was fairly tiny, with a 3.5-inch LCD display and thick bezels, it was unquestionably a game-changing device in the smartphone market.

It had a bulky body, a 2MP camera, and a straightforward home button. It was powered by a Samsung CPU under the hood.

Apple events were not live streamed on YouTube or the Apple website at the time, but you can now see the unveiling of the device that helped Apple become the first company in the world to reach a market value of $3 trillion.

In 2007, there were few companies in the touchscreen smartphone sector. To use the touch interface, most touchscreen devices at the time relied significantly on hardware-based keyboards and styluses.

Because of its multi-touch display and limited number of physical buttons, the Apple iPhone stood apart from the herd. iPhones have come a long way from the original model.

Despite the fact that the current-generation iPhones are wholly different devices, it’s quite clear to see Steve Jobs’ vision for them.

In January of last year, Apple said that there were more than 1 billion active iPhones in the world.

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