The original iPhone arrived all the way back in 2007. At the time nobody realized quite what its arrival would mean for the smartphone industry and, arguably, the world. Nowadays everyone has a smartphone whether it's an iPhone or not.
Here's a first ever look at the engineering prototype of the original iPhone, which went on sale in the market as the iPhone 2G.
With new iPhones now here, some high resolution photographs has been shared to show just how the insides of an iPhone have changed since the very first iPhone was released a whole ten years ago.
iPhone 2G Vs iPhone X, we already know the iPhone X screen resolution is a lot, but sometimes with these things, you need something to use as an indication of just how massive that resolution is, say, the original iPhone's display.
Here's a video comparison of original 2007 iPhone 2G Vs iPhone 7 in a series of different water and drop tests.
Former Apple SVP Scott Forstall has finally broken his silence to take part in a rare interview with journalist John Markoff to discuss the birth of the original iPhone launched back in 2007.
Check out the video demo of the Tony Fadell's P1 Vs Scott Forstall's P2 original iPhone prototype interfaces in action. Which one of these would you have preferred?
In an interview at Apple's current Infinite Loop campus, senior VP of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller delved into Apple's thoughts surrounding the iPhone at the time of its launch, and whether the company ever expected it to be quite such a big deal.
Starting from iOS 4.0, Apple completely cut off the support for aging original iPhone EDGE and iPod touch first-generation. Their decision of course was justified because of the low RAM found in these first-gen devices which were released back in 2007.
For those of you who couldn’t get Android 2.2.1 to work on iPhone 3G or 2G using the steps we posted earlier, we now have a complete step by step video guide on how to install Android 2.2.1 with iOS in dual-boot configuration on iPhone 3G & 2G using Bootlace in Cydia. Installing Android using this method with Bootlace wont replace your existing iOS installation. You can keep running both OS’ side by side.