The iPhone is a line of smartphones created by the American multinational company Apple.
- 1 Apple, successful diversification thanks to the iPhone
- 2 The different iPhone models
- 3 Accessories for all iPhones
- 4 iOS, the operating system of the iPhone
- 5 The other articles on the iPhone:
Apple, successful diversification thanks to the iPhone
The story of iphone phone begins with the request of one of the founders of the Apple company, Steve Jobs, to his engineers who were working on a tablet project, to create a reduced version. Originally specializing in the production and marketing of computers, the Apple company is now present in the mobile telephony sector with its range of smartphones called iPhone.
Unveiled to the public on January 9, 2007 by Steve Jobs, after months of rumors, the iPhone now occupies a large market share in sales of mobile phones with more than a billion sales worldwide. Ironically, the iPhone was born 3 years before the iPad, the brand’s famous tablet born in 2010.
The different iPhone models
Since the release of the first iPhone model, Apple brand smartphones have continued to evolve. Their screens are equipped with multiple sensors and turn off when the phone is close to the face saving power and reducing operation errors caused by contact of the user’s face or ears. They integrate a drums in lithium which offers a satisfactory lifespan.
Since the creation of Apple smartphones, here is the list of its different phone models:
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Accessories for all iPhones
As a market benchmark, using the iPhone is even more interesting thanks to the accessories. There are a large number of them: some are essential, some are gadgets, but many are useful.
iOS, the operating system of the iPhone
The Apple brand smartphone uses an operating system that is exclusively reserved for Apple iPhones, iOS. The abbreviation OS stands for “Operating System” in English. It is intuitive and makes navigation smooth and pleasant. Due to its success, this operating system is exported to iPad and the iPod. It is updated every year in order to correct bugs or resolve security issues.
App Store, the application store for the iPhone
App Store is the official store that allows you to discover and download applications distributed by Apple on its electronic devices such as iPhone, the iPad and the iPod Touch since July 11, 2008 and computers Mac that work under Mac OS X since January 6, 2011. Offering 500 applications when it opened, it now has more than two million, with several billion downloads. The applications offered bring together several sectors of activity such as entertainment, graphics and design, education, photo and video, etc. Some are chargeable and others are free.
Applications specific to iPhone
The iPhone offers a sleek design and fast browsing speeds. The many features and applications make the iPhone one of the best communication devices out there today.
Unveiled by Apple January 9, 2010, itunes is a software that allows to manage and share the music library and other files contained in the iPhone. Just like the operating system ios, Apple has been updating its iTunes software regularly since its first version released in 2001 and is compatible with Microsoft Windows.
Free, iCloud is a service of cloud computing that allows Apple branded users to easily share their data, playlists, photos, contacts and more with any Apple device they own such as computers Mac, iPad, iPod, etc. For example, when you take photos on your iPhone, the iCloud function transfers automatically those Pictures on your computer or on your iPad tablet.
Real virtual assistant based on voice recognition technology, Siri helps Apple users in all their tasks such as finding a restaurant or a place using the geolocation system, making a phone call, sending a message to a loved one, etc.
Function FaceTime is one of the big advantages of iPhones. It allows iPhone, Mac and iPad users to communicate between them via video calls in High Definition. The FaceTime feature is a real tool allowing to to stay in contact with family, friends or even remote collaborators.