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Apple’s iPhone Turns 10: Here is the Journey of 10 Years

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Apple's iPhone Turns 10: Here is the Journey of 10 Years

Apple Inc’s iPhone just celebrated its 10th birthday, cherishing the memories of its bumpy start and how it strives to be the best phone. iPhone ended up doing most to start the smartphone revolution. According to reports, Apple has sold more than 1 billion iPhones since June 2007. The first iPhone was launched  without App store and was limited to AT&T network. Apple’s iPhone Turns 10: Here is the Journey of 10 Years.

Tony Fadell, Apple developer said:

“The business model for year one of the iPhone was a disaster.We pivoted and figured it out in year two. We still have the voicemail from Steve Jobs when he called the CEO and founder here

Apple’s iPhone Turns 10: Here is the Journey of 10 Years

The concept of iPhone surprised Apple suppliers many years back. iPhone hit its pace in 2008 when Apple launched App store. it allowed developers to distribute their mobile applications.

Ten years later, services revenue is a crucial area of growth for Apple, bringing in $24.3 billion in revenue last year. Many fans and investors are looking forward to the 10th anniversary of iPhone 8. People are interested to know that whether new iPhone will deliver new features to attract new generation to buy Apple.

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There are rumors that new iPhone will have 3D mapping sensors that will support AR apps to merge virtual and real worlds. Anew display with organic LEDs are also expected.

Almost all the smartphones in world now run on Android, Apple is still on the top and earns mot of its profit in mobile industry. Fadell who has worked with both Apple and Alphabet shared his views:

“Being able to democratize computing and communication across the entire world is absolutely astounding to me,” “It warms my heart because that’s something Steve tried to do with the Apple II and the Mac, which was the computer for the rest of us. It’s finally here, 30 years later.”

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