a The world’s first iPhone It arrived in stores on June 29, 2007. Fifteen years later, you only need to compare the latest cell phone model from An apple – Hey iPhone 13 – With the first generation to see the development of the device. One YouTuber went further and got access to some rare prototypes of Iphonedated 2006.
Luke Miani showed off prototype iPhone units, each valued at $500,000. One of those very rare parts was made within a week and comes with testing software like never before iOS.
An iPhone prototype worth R$2.6 million – Photo: Luke Miani
Some of the prototype models shown by Miani have a closer look at the final version offered by Apple, including the plastic screen that was later abandoned in favor of the glass one.
iPhone prototype testing software interface – Photo: Luke Miani
Meanwhile, two units were so pre-launched that they still had stickers on their back with information about the device’s supply parts. One of the antennas and a proximity sensor was provided by Foxconn. The battery was from Sony.
One of the rare iPhone prototypes was so pre-launched that it even had a label describing sellers – Photo: Luke Miani
On the back of one of the models, instead of recording the amount of internal storage, there is the following inscription: “This device has not been authorized as required by FCC rules.” Check out the Apple smartphone prototyping video below.
The Apple device changed the way the world thinks about cell phone use. When the first model was launched, the idea was to unify the iPod’s functionality with an internet-connected phone. In their product debut, Steve Jobs was quite emphatic when he said that on that day they were making history.
Fifteen years later, iPhone sets market trends and has positioned itself as the world’s most desirable smartphone, as well as Dominate the ranking of the best-selling mobile phones of 2021.
The iPhone 4 has been completely reworked – Photo: Luciana Maline / TechTudo
Although there is iPhone 13 today, which is considered one of the best smartphones in the world, the company has already launched many other premium devices that are in people’s memory. a iPhone 4from 2010, for example, It is seen as the most popular iPhone ever. In addition to the performance jump, there’s been a drastic change to the industrial design, with metal relying on the sides and glass at the back.
The iPhone 5C was loved by Brazilians – Photo: TechTudo
Later came Iphone 5 (2012), which became a joke due to the new screen size: 4 inches versus 3.5 inches for previous generations. Although today this size is considered small, at the time it was viewed by many as too large or “too tall”.
A year later, the iconic company launched iPhone 5C With a plastic back and many colors. The product had a reasonable price and was very successful in Brazil.
The iPhone X has come under fire for the screen cutout that exists to this day – Photo: Luciana Maline/TechTudo
Already iPhone X, which was launched in 2017, as a model to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Apple smartphone. With an “infinity” screen, the model shocked the audience with the absence of the traditional home button and the advent of the “face unlock” feature. Face ID. Although praised for its unprecedented performance thus far, it was heavily criticized for having a cutout on the screen, the notch. Since then, the design of iPhones has changed quite a bit.
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