The tech juggernaut Apple is known for its revolutionary high-end iPhone devices which has boosted the smartphone market with their rich features and eccentric functionality. Since the launch of its first iPhone in 2007, the company has never looked back and now, here it it-the renowned manufacturer of premium iPhone devices for which people seem ready to sell their one kidney. iphone 11
However, several products have been discontinued, some are available, and some are in the hot trends. So, you are free to buy an Apple mobile which attracts you most and can also fit within your budget. Let’s take a ride to the evolution of Apple’s mobiles and find how Apple has changed since then.
The First iPhone was unwrapped among the world in January, 2007 by CEO Steve Job. However, it was reached in the market in June 2007 with its two storage variants- 4GB and 8GB that were very expensive. This device won the hearts due to its multi-touch screen of 3.5-inch with a 2 Mega Pixel camera. However, the camera is good enough at that time, but was not praised by users due to the very poor quality.
iPhone 3G Series:
Just a year after, the company brought iPhone 3G which was capable in offering 3G data connectivity along with several new features at cheaper price than the predecessor. the tech giant had integrated GPS in the smartphone and also introduced it in 8GB and new 16GB variant.
Another year and another model with faster performance than the predecessors- the iPhone 3GS. A faster iPhone 3.0 OS powered smartphone was launched in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB variant. This handset was praised by its users and onlookers for its quality built and impressive features.
iPhone 4 Series:
The June, 2010 gave the world a chance to applaud for big enhancements in technology era through its new product launch. The iPhone 4 was unwrapped with Retina display and introduced Face Time video chat option as well, without increasing the price tag for its 16GB and 32GB variants. The name of iPhone OS has been changed with upgrade, and made this device ran on iPhone Operating System 4.