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History of iphone

  • creation

    The iPhone has come a long way since the original iPhone was launched back in 2007. From a tiny display and no third-party apps to what is now essentially a powerful mini computer, the evolution of iPhones over the years is a commendable feat.
  • iPhone 3G

    Barely one year after the release of the first iPhone, which took place before the App Store went live, Apple released the iPhone 3G. It had 3G connectivity and up to 16GB of storage.
  • iPhone 4

    iPhone 4
    One year later, Apple introduced the iPhone 4 in June 2010. It was the first iPhone with a Retina display, although it retained the same 3.5-inch screen size. It offered other upgrades too, including a 5MP camera with LED flash and FaceTime calls using a front camera – the first on an iPhone. The iPhone 4 also introduced a new glass and stainless steel design, a big upgrade over previous iPhones.
  • iPhone 4S

     iPhone 4S
    Following up on the iPhone 4, Apple announced the iPhone 4S on Oct. 4, 2011 with an 8MP camera, 64GB storage, the digital personal assistant Siri, and 1080p video recording. The iPhone 4S launch also coincided with the release of iCloud, Apple's cloud storage service. The iPhone 4S was more successful than previous models, selling four million units in its first weekend.
  • iPhone 5

    iPhone 5
    The iPhone 5 was released in September 2012 and introduced some revolutionary changes – a bigger 4-inch display, LTE connectivity, a FaceTime HD front camera, and a new Lightning connector replacing the older 30-pin charging port. Even more successful than its predecessor, it sold five million units in its first week.
  • iPhone 5s & 5c

    iPhone 5s & 5c
    One year later on Sept. 10, 2013, Apple introduced the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c. The iPhone 5s brought Touch ID to the iPhone, integrating a fingerprint sensor into the Home button. It also featured an improved 8MP primary camera and True Tone flash, along with new camera modes such as Burst and Slo-Mo. The iPhone 5c was a cheaper iPhone available in five vibrant colors, but lacked the Touch ID fingerprint sensor. Both phones combined sold over nine million units in the first weekend.
  • iPhone 6 & 6 Plus

    iPhone 6 & 6 Plus
    The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were launched on Sept. 9, 2014. They came in 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screen sizes, and a new design made of unibody aluminum that was thinner than previous iPhones. The new iPhones were also the first to come with Apple Pay, allowing users to make contactless payments in stores using the Touch ID fingerprint sensor for authentication. Video recording got a boost with these iPhones, as did the FaceTime front camera.
  • iPhone SE

    iPhone SE
    The first iPhone SE model was launched in 2016. It offered most features of the more expensive iPhone 6s models, barring 3D Touch. Housed in the body of an iPhone 5, the iPhone SE featured a compact 4-inch display. Other features included an A9 Bionic chipset, 12MP rear camera, 4K video recording, Live Photos, and the ability to use 'Hey Siri' without being connected to a charger.
  • iPhone 7 & 7 Plus

    iPhone 7 & 7 Plus
    Six months after the iPhone SE, Apple introduced iPhone 7. It offered up to 256GB of storage, dual cameras, and a beautiful jet-black color. The iPhone 7 including being the first iPhone with an IP67 water-resistance rating. The bigger iPhone 7 Plus was also the first iPhone to feature dual rear cameras and Portrait mode. The first-generation AirPods were introduced alongside the iPhone 7, which also resulted in the death of the headphone jack on iPhones.
  • iPhone 8 & 8 Plus

    iPhone 8 & 8 Plus
    Fast-forward to 2017, and iPhone buyers had already grown used to the no-headphone jack lifestyle. The iPhone 8 introduced a new glass and aluminum design, bringing support for wireless charging for the first time on an iPhone. The iPhone 8 Plus also featured Portrait Lighting, a feature that has since become standard on iPhone models. Most notably, the iPhone 8 series brought support for AR, letting users experience games and apps in augmented reality.
  • iPhone X

    iPhone X
    The iPhone X was announced alongside the iPhone 8 series, but marked a drastic departure for Apple, replacing the Touch ID sensor and home button with Face ID. As a result, the iPhone X was also the first iPhone to feature a 5.8-inch full-screen design and the wide notch that became a staple of future iPhones. The iPhone X also introduced Animoji – what is now called animated Memoji.
  • iPhone XS & XS Max

     iPhone XS & XS Max
    The iPhone XS and XS Max were announced on September 12, 2018. The phones came in two sizes – 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch – making the XS Max the largest iPhone yet. The phones featured an A12 Bionic chipset, improvements to Face ID, and an upgraded IP68 water-resistance rating. The new iPhones also brought dual SIM to the iPhone for the first time, thanks to the introduction of eSIM alongside the physical nano SIM card slot.
  • iPhone XS & XS Max

    iPhone XS & XS Max
    Apple announced the iPhone 11 series in 2019, comprising the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. This combination of a standard, Pro, and Pro Max model has been followed by Apple in the years since, introducing a new standard lineup for the iPhone series. The iPhone 11, like the iPhone XR, was available in a multitude of colors and came with an all-new wide and ultra-wide dual cameras. It also featured the U1 chip with ultra-wideband technology.
  • iPhone 12 Series

     iPhone 12 Series
    On October 13, 2020, Apple announced the follow-up to the iPhone 11. The iPhone 12 series comprised four models – the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. The iPhone 12 mini was a compact smartphone with a 5.4-inch display, but featured the same full screen design. They were the first iPhones to support 5G, and were also the first to introduce MagSafe, Apple's proprietary magnetic wireless charging that has become a staple of iPhones since.
  • iPhone 14 Series

    iPhone 14 Series
    Announced at Apple's 'Far Out' event on Sept. 7, 2022, the iPhone 14 series comprise the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The iPhone 14 Plus is a new model in the lineup, replacing the iPhone mini that Apple axed after just two years owing to poor performance. While the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus carry forward most features of the iPhone 13 series, including the A15 Bionic chip, the iPhone 14 Pro models brought all the upgrades.