What Steve Jobs said about the iPhone?
“iPhone is a revolutionary and magical product that is literally five years ahead of any other mobile phone,” Jobs said during his keynote speech. The iPhone wasn’t actually magical.
Did Steve Jobs see the iPhone 4S?
We don’t have many details, but we have it from a good source that Steve Jobs watched the launch of the iPhone 4S from his death bed home in Palo Alto. A special private video stream was set up for him to watch the event from home.
What was the last iPhone Steve Jobs announced?
The iPhone 5
The iPhone 5 was the first iPhone to be announced in September, and setting a trend for subsequent iPhone releases, the first iPhone to be completely developed under the guidance of Tim Cook and the last iPhone to be overseen by Steve Jobs.
Did Steve Jobs patent the iPhone?
Apple’s Massive ‘Steve Jobs Patent’ for the iPhone Reconfirmed in its Entirety.
What phones does Bill Gates use?
Bill Gates The iPhone device he uses is said to be outdated (iPhone 5S until recently), and he uses it only to stay abreast of the difference using an iPhone can make as compared to an Android device.
How long did it take Steve Jobs to create the iPhone?
The iPhone took two-and-a-half years to develop and wasn’t even Jobs’ brainchild.
Is the iPhone 4s obsolete?
In fact, every iPhone model older than the 6 is now “obsolete” in terms of software updates. That means the iPhone 5C, 5S, 5, 4S, 4, 3GS, 3G and, of course, the original 2007 iPhone. All are therefore vulnerable to cyber crooks, as they’re stuck on increasingly outdated software.
Is the iPhone 4 still usable?
There are plenty of people out there who are still using an iPhone 4. So if you’re wondering if you can still use this smartphone in general, the answer is a definite yes. That being said, there are some limits as to what you’ll be able to do with it.
Is the iPhone patented?
(Image: USPTO) Apple patents a whole lot of ideas it has, just to be safe, and some of them even come to market, eventually.
Was the first iPhone patented?
Apple was granted 5 design patents today. The first is the most important in the group being that it’s for their original 2007 iPhone (D834, 013). Apple’s original iPhone’s first design patent was granted in 2008 (D558758). Apple’s late CEO Steve Jobs is credited as one of the inventors.