History of iPhones'

  • iPhone 1G

    iPhone 1G
    Development of the iPhone as a product began in 2005 and continued in complete secrecy until its public unveiling. The device broke with prevailing mobile phone designs by eliminating most physical hardware buttons, and eschewing a stylus for its screen-based interface, instead featuring only a few physical buttons and a touch screen First iPhone was made in 2007, first announced Jan. 9, 2007, and released June 29, 2007, with a 3.5 inch screen
  • iPhone 3G

    iPhone 3G
    On July 11, 2008, Apple released the iPhone 3G across twenty-two countries in two storage options, 8GB and 16GB.[12] The 16GB model was produced in either black or white.[13][14] It was sold for a suggested retail price of $199 (US) for the 8GB model and $299 (US) for the 16GB model.
  • iPhone 4

    iPhone 4
    The iPhone 4 was the first to feature a front-facing camera. It was the true dawning of an era. Just like that, selfies took the world by storm. Groundbreaking Retina display alongside 512 MB of memory was leagues ahead of the iPhone 3GS, which only had 256 MB of memory. While the iPhone 4 was moving up in the world, the cap on storage still topped out at 32 GB. (Source:
  • iPhone 5

    iPhone 5
    If four million units sounded like a lot, Apple unloaded five million units of the iPhone 5 within a week of its release. Memory was boosted to 1 GB, but the camera remained unchanged. LTE connectivity was standard on the iPhone 5, making 3G look like child’s play. Now the internet was only a click away, no matter the location. The model also gave birth to the Lightning connector. (Source:
  • iPhone 6

    iPhone 6
    iPhone 6, announced Sept. 9, 2015, and released Sept. 25, 2015! It has A9 chip, 3D touch; Live Photos; advanced Touch ID security!
  • iPhone 7+

    iPhone 7+
    The new and improved iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus started at a convenient 32 GB of storage and went all the way up to a massive 256 GB. For style, the Jet-Black color was added to the mix during this run. Compared to other models, the iPhone 7 Plus proved popular with its new dual camera, which featured an impressive zoom. It also contained the upgraded Portrait Mode for users to capture a greater Depth of Field. It wasn’t all upgrades and improvements in the eyes of some users.
  • iPhone 8

    iPhone 8
    iPhone 8 and 8 Plus models showed the world the magic of wireless charging. The camera now featured improved editing capability and filtering of pictures. Display features were revolutionized with the automatic reduction of blue-light exposure, sharpening images. The wireless lifestyle was becoming more popular as users adapted.
  • iPhone X

    iPhone X
    Introducing the iPhone X, the next generation of smartphones. The world would never be the same. The model featured another front-facing camera showcasing the power of Portrait Mode, from breathtaking selfies and awkward family photos to truly capturing your dog’s good side in a Halloween costume—pictures changed forever.
  • iPhone XS & XS MAX

    iPhone XS & XS MAX
    Ignoring the iPhone 9, the XS and XS Max were the primary upgrades from previous models. It was similar to the iPhone X in its front-facing camera, allowing better selfies and memories for a lifetime. The Super Retina HD display was fantastic quality. Yet, the largest leap may have been its A12 bionic chip, boosting the processing power and keeping your battery life intact.
  • iPhone 11, 11 Pro, & iPhone 11 Pro Max

    iPhone 11, 11 Pro, & iPhone 11 Pro Max
    he iPhone 11 has been showcased as the most affordable of Apple’s annual rollout, but it still had enough perks to be one of the year’s most popular models. It boasts a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display with six variations of eye-catching colors.: Some dedicated Apple users aren’t fans of the larger screens. If that’s the case, the iPhone 11 Pro is a breath of fresh air. The 5.8-inch Super Retina XDR display is a revolutionary, crystal clear offering to handle all your photography needs.
  • iPhone 12 / 12 Mini / 12 Pro / 12 Pro Max

    iPhone 12 / 12 Mini / 12 Pro / 12 Pro Max
    The iPhone 12 features a 6.1-inch (15 cm) display with Super Retina XDR OLED technology at a resolution of 2532×1170 pixels and a pixel density of about 460 ppi. The iPhone 12 Mini features a 5.4-inch (14 cm) display with the same technology at a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels and a pixel density of about 476 ppi.
  • iPhone 13 / 13 Mini / 13 Pro / 13 Pro Max

    iPhone 13 / 13 Mini / 13 Pro / 13 Pro Max
    Apple's iPhone 13 features a ceramic shield front, Super Retina XDR display with True Tone and an A15 Bionic chip. The first design change users will notice is the smaller notch. ... The dimensions of the iPhone 13 are mostly unchanged though they are slightly thicker and heavier than the previous models