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Product Evolution Timeline (Phones)

  • First Phone Invented

    First Phone Invented
    Alexander Graham Bell was awarded for the invention of the very first telephone. This telephone was a combination of aspects of the telegraph and record player, which allow individuals to speak to each other from a distance.
  • Strowger phone!

    Strowger phone!
    Almon B. Strowger invented the telephone that had the ability to perform the first automatic telephone exchange and did not require an operator.
  • First Touchtone Phone.

    First Touchtone Phone.
    The push-button telephone is the telephone that has buttons or keys for dialing a telephone number, in comparison to having a rotary dial in earlier telephone inventions.
  • First Cellular Phone

    First Cellular Phone
    Invented by Martin Cooper, this mobile phone was a massive device with huge impacts on society back then compared to today's standards. This phone weighed 2 1/2 pounds and could only be used for 20 minutes before the battery died out. Not to mention, it looks (and probably feels) like a brick!
  • Nordic Mobile Telephone

    Nordic Mobile Telephone
    The first 1G phone that was created by Nordic telecommunications. The phone is an mobile telephone network that was jointly built up in the Nordic countries. NMT was a fully automated network created for the public and was put into operation after just ten years of development.
  • IBM Simon

    IBM Simon
    IBM Simon was considered the first-ever smartphone ever created. This groundbreaking device was the first to combine telephone and PDA features.
  • First iPhone created

    First iPhone created
    Invented by Apple, this revolutionary mobile phone was designed and built with three combined products into one, a widescreen phone with touch controls, Internet communications with desktop-class email, web browsing, searching, and maps. All into one fittable phone.
  • Mid 2010s

    Mid 2010s
    With innovative device features such as the iPhone 4S’s Siri and Apple iOS 6’s Maps and Passbook in 2012, it is no suprise that we are relying on our cell phones for more and more each day, and fewer people use a landline phone from their homes.
  • Knowledge summary of Product Evolution Timeline

    Knowledge summary of Product Evolution Timeline
    Phones evolution from the 20th century to now, it is considerable to say mobile phones have come to a necessity to all of us. Recent phones have become useful with new capabilities. Much more than past phone creations, modern-day mobile phones help keep us organized and connected with the many features they offer.
  • Now

    The iPhone 13 is a recent phone developed and created by Apple. Some of the features of the iPhone 13 are a ceramic shield front (for protection), a Super Retina XDR display with True Tone, and an A15 Bionic chip. The iPhone showcases the obvious evolution of Apple's iPhones and the endless possibilities the phones can have.