iPhone is a portable multimedia device released by Apple Inc. acting as a mobile phone, entertainment platform and instant messenger.

It is based on the iOS operating system.

iPhone interesting facts

1. The first iPhone was presented on January 9, 2007 at the Macworld exhibition in San Francisco by Steve Jobs.

2. Apple has filed over 200 patents related to iPhone technology.

3. In 1998, InfoGear Technology Corporation created a device called InfoGear iPhone. In 2007, Apple received a lawsuit for the unlawful use of their name. The parties, however, quickly reached an agreement and on February 20, 2007, Apple was able to legally use the name of the iPhone.

4. Every photo advertising the iPhone has 9:41 on the screen.

5. The first iPhone for sale on June 29, 2007 cost $ 499 (4GB) and $ 599 (8GB).

6. In 2012, Apple sold approximately 350,000 iPhones a day.

7. The development of the first iPhone took 2.5 years and cost approximately $ 150 million.

8. In 2018, Apple sold 220 million iPhones.

9. On September 25, 2015, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus were released. These smartphones enjoyed great popularity. 50 smartphones were sold per second during the first weekend.

10. From 2007 to 2018, a total of over 2.3 billion iPhones were sold.

11. One of the main competitors of the iPhone – Samsung produced processors for Apple.

12. Initially, the iPhone was supposed to have a plastic screen. However, after the presentation of the first model, Steve Jobs noticed that it was quickly scratched and commissioned a glass screen.

13. There are approximately 900 million iPhone users in the world.

14. An iPhone user has an average of 45 applications installed.

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iPhone questions and answers

Why is 9:41 o’clock in every photo advertising the iPhone?

At this hour local time in San Francisco, the first iPhone was unveiled.

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Why does every Apple device start with the letter “i”?

The letter “i” stands for “Internet”.

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