Apple celebrates 10 years since launching the first iPhone

Exactly 10 years ago, Steve Jobs was up on the stage and introduced the device that managed, over time, to define one of the largest companies in the world, the iPhone.

Now, after 10 years, Apple is celebrating Steve Jobs vision and presenting the world the “revolutionary product” that Jobs promised.

Jobs called the iPhone a 3-in-1 device, being “an iPod with a large-screen and touch controls, a revolutionary phone and a device that can communicate on the Internet”.

At that time, the concept phone seemed highly ambitious, given that Jobs promised a whole computer in your pocket. Time has proved that his vision was not wrong.

iPhone still remains the most important device of Apple, as Tim Cook recalled in the message posted on the company’s blog.

Cook used this opportunity to make promises about the future of the phone, noting that “the device has set the standards of all devices in its first decade of existence and this is just the beginning”.

January 9, 2007 was the day that changed the smartphone industry forever, as Steve Jobs presented to the world his first model of iPhone.

We are talking about the most desired smartphone on the planet, with the highest sales in the premium segment, at least in the last 7 years.

iPhone has redefined the smartphone idea, making the physical keyboards to be forgotten and putting the applications in the foreground.

Apple celebrates today 10 years since the first model of iPhone was launched.

In the video above, you can see the legendary presentation that has been reviewed by hundreds of millions of users on various YouTube channels in the last 10 years that have passed.