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Há sete anos atrás, Steve Jobs introduziu o iPhone [Vídeo]

Há sete anos atrás, Steve Jobs introduziu o iPhone [Vídeo]

Posted January 9, 2014 at 4:15pm by iClarified
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Há sete anos atrás, Steve Jobs apresentou o primeiro iPhone ao mundo e revolucionou o fabrico de telefones e telemóveis para sempre. No dia 9 de janeiro de 2008, depois de muitos anos de rumores e especulações, o iPhone foi finalmente apresentado no Keynote da conferência Macworld.

"Tenho esperado por este momento durante mais de dois anos e meio" disse o Steve. Hoje, "a Apple vai recriar o conceito dos telefones". Na altura, o iPhone era bloqueado à rede AT&T e era compatível com a ligação 2G EDGE e começou a ser vendido no dia 29 de junho de 2007. Muitas lojas esgotaram todo o stock em poucos minutos, mesmo com o alto preço inicial de $499 para o modelo de 4GB e de $599 para o modelo de 8GB, chegando a alcançar mais de 6,000,000 de unidades vendidas.

As ações da Apple (AAPL) valiam $85 quando o iPhone 2G foi anunciado e, num período de cinco anos, chegaram a alcançar os $700.


Com o primeiro iPhone e a primeira versão do antigo "iPhone Operating System" (atual iOS) só era possível utilizar as aplicação que vinham com o dispositivo, mas após o lançamento do "iPhone Operating System 2.0", passou a ser possível instalar aplicações a partir da App Store.

Hoje em dia, a App Store é a única loja de aplicações que conta com mais de três mil milhões de downloads por mês.

Sete anos mais tarde, em 2013, o iPhone passa a contar com um ecrã com uma resolução muito maior, uma câmara frontal de alta qualidade, um leitor de impressões digitais, uma câmara cada vez mais potente e muito mais.

Veja o vídeo abaixo para rever a introdução ao primeiro iPhone.


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gamerscul9870
gamerscul9870 - January 10, 2014 at 9:05pm
You mean innovative to creative, look at the Mac Pro of 2013, compare to the one that was made when jobs was alive, the only difference here is improvements because apple is nowadays unbeatable. They made an iOS many people upgraded immediately, they kept jobs' promise to make a 2nd campus, and they made the 1LB iPad air 2x powerful than before all without jobs.
gamerscul9870
gamerscul9870 - January 10, 2014 at 12:17pm
To anyone saying "no more innovation after jobs died" how do you even know that first off? Jobs or no jobs, it's how apples products get better no matter who innovates it, look at the new Mac Pro for crying out loud, that's enough to understand why iPhone today is still popular for example, I have an iPad Air and I like it. If you watch the keynotes or search the benchmarks, you can see why Apple hasn't became crackberry at all.
El Compa
El Compa - January 10, 2014 at 11:18am
Nothing compares to the feeling of having the first iPhone. It was the coolest thing ever. The last innovative version that came out was the 4. It was Steve's last project. Apple hasn't been the same since. It is now a faceless corporation. No mew mind blowing products and it is going down the shitter. If he were alive, we'd have a greater line of apple products today. We miss you sorely, Steve. Very much.
Mark
Mark - January 10, 2014 at 3:41am
Iam a apple customer I skip to android now with Samsung it useless to be with apple they could not activate my iCloud which I update from 6 to 7 iOS it got lock so my mini iPad it's useless now so I went to Samsung iam very happy with the service.
Azman
Azman - January 9, 2014 at 8:21pm
My held first iphone is 3GS.. I've got ip4 ip5 & today owned the ip5s..great evolutionary from it's predecessor... Waiting for the larger screen to defeat any rival of smartphones... A really goodwork from apple...thanks Steve
gamerscul9870
gamerscul9870 - January 9, 2014 at 9:45pm
You understand unlike myth makers saying "no more innovation after jobs' death." they can't even prove.
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Mr. Byu
Mr. Byu - January 9, 2014 at 4:20pm
iPhone 4 :) I think it was the biggest leap since the original iPhone in every way. The retina display and the design was unbelievable, it was like something from the future. Though I love my i5, I miss the excitement that I felt when I first held my iPhone 4 in my hand.
gamerscul9870
gamerscul9870 - January 9, 2014 at 5:08pm
The camer that changed the way we take photos, instead of the lumpia logic, apple used larger aperture and sensor to add mp's and a flash, omg that's the best part of 5s.
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