It was in
Things were so different back then. The few smartphones being sold in the market had but small screens and hardware keyboards, locked the web in WAP and proxy, with no real apps to speak of. The iPhone was not only a breath of fresh air, but an out of this world experience.
Capacitive touch technology that really felt like direct manipulation, inertial scrolling and rubber banding, pinch-to-zoom and cover-flow made interacting with your phone an experience never seen before. And for the first time ever, the world experienced the Internet in all its glory. To say that the iPhone changed everything isn’t quite a hyperbole. It is simply to recognise the impact it has had on shaping the smartphone landscape for years to come.
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