If it wasn’t enough to think that most of the population was ringing in a new millennium 17 years ago, the iPhone turns ten years old this month.

To celebrate a decade of the ever-evolving digital companion we’ve come to rely on, here’s a look back at the first iPhone ever introduced in January of 2007.

iPhone 1, or iPhone 2G


The revolutionary iPhone 1, or iPhone Original, was released to the public on June 29th, 2007. The idea was first conceived back in 2005 when the late Steve Jobs begun toying with the idea of a touch-screen computer that eliminated the use of a physical keyboard and mouse. An afterthought led to an additional phone characteristic, and two years and $150 million later, the world was bestowed its first iPhone.

Here’s a look at the then-groundbreaking tech specs of iPhone 1:


From the tech buffs rejoicing in the progression of motion processors to global emoji enthusiasts connected by a common language, there’s no doubt the iPhone has had an astounding effect on the world over the last ten years. As such, much anticipation is set forth for this iconic smartphone and what it will bring the public in the years to come.




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