• September 30, 2022

An “iPhoneic” trip

It is not just Adam and Eve who fell under the spell of the Apple; there are thousands of Apple affinicados who simply swoon at the sight of the bitten apple on the back of the phone. Apple’s iPhone is a religion for those crazy about these phones. These phones aren’t just called smartphones, they’re just iPhones and they just can’t be clobbered with the other phones under the umbrella called “smartphones”! Apple’s iPhones are just as popular (if not more so) than their creator, Steve Jobs.

Steve Jobs was looking for a good mobile phone or tablet that could work with iOS, but found that there weren’t many models to match. So Apple came up with its own mobile device: the iPhone. Its creator first introduced it to the world in January 2007. The iPhone 3G was withdrawn from the market in just one year. This phone was designed to support only AT&T voice/data plans, which has reduced performance and increased calling costs.

Apple iPhone 3G was released in 2009 with many improved features. This model offered a data storage capacity of 16/32 GB and came with a USB port to connect to a computing device. The next version of this model, the iPhone 4G, hit the market in January 2010. This phone had extensive updates both under and on the hood. A new video calling feature, “FaceTime”, was introduced on this model, allowing users to make video calls. Another upgrade on this model is the option for 720p HD movie recording and editing. The other versions of this model are iPhone 4S and iPhone CDMA.

Just when you think nothing can get better with Apple’s iPhone, the company introduced the iPhone 5. Unveiled in September 2012, this model underwent cosmetic and hardware changes. Engineered with the Apple A6 (Swift) processor and iOS 8.4 operating system, it took mobile computing to a whole new level. Slimmer and taller than its predecessors, the iPhone 5 got a visual upgrade. The extra length allowed users to add an extra layer of icons. The size of the dock connector was also reduced from 30-pin to 8-pin, and the phone came with a smaller adapter and cable. All these feature changes made it more convenient for users to charge and use the device. Plus, this version has the Apple-designed A6 system-on-a-chip, which speeds up processing and reduces power waste. The updated versions of iPhone 5 are iPhone 5s and 5c.

Apple didn’t rest on its laurels, but it did come back with the iPhone 6 in September 2014. The iPhone received a complete makeover in this model. Although it still had the aluminum back found on the iPhone 5, the phone got taller and wider. The position of the power button has been changed to make it easier to handle the larger phone and the edges have been rounded to give it a classic finish. For more than a decade, Apple has just released a handful of iPhones. It is a brand that believes that quality and performance beat the numbers games any day as it remains the world’s leading mobile phone manufacturer.

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