Steve Jobs introduces iPhone in 2007



This is the iPhone introduction excerpt from the Macworld San Francisco 2007 Keynote Address January 9th, 2007. Steve Jobs made the claim that it was 5 years ahead of any other phone. AppleTV was also introduced that day.

32 Replies to “Steve Jobs introduces iPhone in 2007”

  1. DanHarkless ﴾Halloween videos, YTPs, & more﴿

    I'm still angry at Jobs for killing physical keyboards on smartphones, and all but killing styluses and user-removable/swappable batteries. Physical QWERTYs and styli are so much quicker and more accurate, for me anyway. Also gotta say that his claims of iPhone software being 5 years ahead of the competition was nonsense — third-party software wasn't even available for a year and a half after this presentation, and initially, Jobs tried to force developers to only write web applications, only later begrudgingly releasing an actual SDK after the backlash the initial policy caused.

  2. Matt D

    Man steve jobs really didnt think his speech threw enough cause a blackberry had a mouseball and a screen to so it musta had this ability to! Hahhaahahahaha u coulda made apps for blackberrys that had buttons added u could click with the mouse ball toooo!

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