The world of technology to iPhone electronics, as do smartphone users in general.
Ever since it debuted on June 29, 2007, Apple's iPhone has captivated the world and revolutionized technology like few products in history.
1984 saw a similar, though less accessible to the masses, launch with the first Macintosh computer, but iPhone electronics took things to unprecedented levels.
When Steve Jobs unveiled the groundbreaking iPhone mobile phones he began by highlighting the 3 distinct attributes they would have...
The first would be the capabilities beyond the best iPod in production; the second was touted as the best cell phone specifications in history; the third was stated to be a pioneering internet communicator which would deliver full HTML web browsing capability.
The nearly 4,000 people at the MacWorld conference clamored with anticipation as Jobs initially spoke of these features as if they were separate gadgets.
Though when he gleefully declared that each of these technologies would be integrated into one space-age smartphone, the elation of the crowd was palpable.
Mr. Jobs praised iPhone electronics design and engineering staff for their intense commitment to bringing such future technology devices to the market.
More than 2.5 years of research, innovation, and dedication had finally brought this legendary concept to fruition.
At the outset of that fateful presentation back in 2007, Jobs made clear just how difficult the then-current smartphones were to use.
Each of the four major models had a monolithic design, with productivity-impeding features.
He focused specifically on the fact that each device had a fixed, and often unnecessary, set of keys known as a QWERTY keyboard.
The point was that in addition to their being cumbersome, unattractive, and difficult to navigate, perhaps a more damning flaw was that it was impossible to add/change/alter the usability of the phone down the line.
As Steve explained, what happens if 6-12 months from the initial launch date of QWERTY smartphone the company has another great idea which is desires to merge with the existing hardware?
The short answer is that there was, in fact, no way to do it and the brand would theoretically have to build, market, and sell an entirely new handset.
And what if, say, it had been only three months since the previous release – wouldn't customers naturally feel duped by/dissatisfied with the maker?
Or would the company be forced to wait a while before unveiling their new product?
The negative implications to any of these scenarios is that retail consumers – and particularly technology shoppers – have low brand loyalty standards and will move on to the next competitor in a blink.
Whichever name is most associated with great quality and inspiring innovation generally has the upper hand. Corporations fight relentlessly for the best talent and for the largest market share of customers, and competition is yet fiercer in the discount electronics space.
Stated differently, sitting on any 'shovel-ready' project is akin to sitting on a hand grenade in live combat: It's bound to blow up on you much faster than you may have calculated.
Invariably, your rivals will beat you to the market – resulting from their own R&D or through corporate leakage – or your anticipated market share will be significantly less than anticipated originally.
So when a light bulb moment goes off in a boardroom, a proverbial sprint ensues to the patent office and to the retail market.
And similar to the pharmaceutical industry, being first in tech can catapult a firm into the stratosphere of household names.
So part of the brilliance of the iPhone electronics is that Apple understood this and decisively moved to, as Jobs said, produce a smartphone that was at least five years ahead of all others.
Sadly, Steve Jobs is no longer with us but that has not stopped Apple or the iPhone from carrying on.
A new corporate headquarters (dubbed 'The Ring') has been completed with leading-edge building systems.
iPhone electronics have steadily improved on the foundation erected 10+ years ago, and have added still more innovative technologies to boot.
The Apple iPhone 7 increased its lead over much of the competition, while the 7s features an intuitive virtual assistant named Siri.
Seamless integration with a diverse suite of Apple applications like iTunes and iCloud enhance one’s productivity, and the timeless outer shell has gotten even tougher.
FaceTime video conferencing, crisp HD screen resolution, and high-powered cameras are staples of iPhone electronics. More now than ever, consumers are tethered to their cellular phones and portable devices.
Moreover, the Apple Apps Store brings addition functionality to one's fingertips, with phenomenal finance and gaming apps which engage millions of users around the world.
Already with an enviable history and avid global network, the future of the iPhone looks bright.
What’s more is that Apple has grown substantially in the enterprise and business solutions industry, with Mac computers often being preferred by many firms.
So couple that with IBM’s Watson now running on Apple’s flagship product, and the reign as king seems far from over for iPhone electronics.
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