It’s been 10 years since Steve Jobs got up in front of an audience at Apple’s Macworld event on 9th January 2007 and launched his company’s innovative smartphone, nobody could have envisioned how it would change the world.
At the time, the nearest anybody had to a cutting edge cell phone was a BlackBerry , which offered access to messages and the web, and had a physical keypad.
Tim Cook, CEO, stated: “iPhone is a fundamental piece of our customers’ lives, and today like never before it is rethinking the way we impart, engage, work and live.
“iPhone set the standard for smartphones figuring in its first decade and we are quite recently in beginning. The best is yet to come.”
Yet rather than three separate items being uncovered, Steve Jobs introduced one smartphone that would change how we uses telephones for eternity.
From that point forward, Apple has sold more than one billion iPhones around the globe and has turned out to be one of the greatest Smart Phones firm ever.
In any case, expanding rivalry of cell phone companies the market, companies are under pressure – We’ve seen the sales drop of iPhone smartphones in 2016 for the first time in the history.