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10 years on, iPhone still needs to change the world

Today, 09:29 AM

Posted by Computerworld in Computerworld News

I doubt you’ll miss every tech reporter in the industry with their “ten years of iPhone” reports this morning, (I wrote my take earlier this week), but while there is no argument the product has changed some parts the world, Apple’s iPhone future still needs to change the rest of it.

The long(er) game

Things really have moved on since June 29, 2007, when Steve Jobs and Laurene Powell Jobs were spotted at an Apple Store watching the huge line of Apple fans desperate to get hold of the new “Jesus Phone”.

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Skylake/Kaby Lake micro code warning !

Today, 07:51 AM

Posted by abarbarian in Hardware

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There is a warning circulating G+ regarding newer intel cpu's if you have one of these cpu's you would benefit from reading the info. :breakfast:

I am trying to find out if my Arch has or will supply updates to the microcode via normal updates or if I need to take action.

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10 years -- The Evolution of Apple's iPhone

Today, 07:00 AM

Posted by Computerworld in Computerworld News
The iPhone, then and now
Apple's iPhone Evolution

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The iPhone has come a long way in ten years.

First iPhone
Apple's iPhone, first generation

After months of rumors and speculation, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPhone on Jan. 9, 2007. The device, which didn’t actually go on sale until June, started at $499 for a 4GB model, $599 for the 8GB version (with a two-year contract). It offered a 3.5-in. screen, a 2-megapixel camera and won plaudits for the then-new multitouch features. Critics, however, said the phone was too expensive to do well in the market. [See iPhone launch story here.]

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