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Today on June 29th in 2007: Apple’s first iPhone went on sale!

June 29, 2024
Apple's first iPhone

June 29th, 2007, marks a pivotal moment in tech history – the day Apple’s first iPhone went on sale. Announced earlier that year by the visionary Steve Jobs, the iPhone sent shockwaves through the industry.

This revolutionary device wasn’t just a phone; it was a multi-tool. Users could ditch their bulky gadgets and carry a single device for calls, web browsing, music (thanks to the iPod integration!), and even basic photography with its 2-megapixel camera. The initial models offered 4GB or 8GB of storage, priced at $499 and $599 respectively.

The iPhone’s intuitive touchscreen interface and sleek design set it apart from the clunky Blackberry and flip phones of the era. This innovation sparked a new era of mobile technology, forever changing how we communicate, work, and play.

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Apple’s commitment to the iPhone didn’t stop there. Just a year later, they released the iPhone 3G, offering faster connectivity and a more affordable price tag. Fast forward to today, and we’re on the cusp of the 15th iPhone model, showcasing the incredible evolution of this iconic device.

Aditya Chaudhary

Aditya Chaudhary is a tech reviewer, Technology enthusiast and Tech news writer at The Ditible. He has 3 years of experience as Tech writer.

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