Hard to imagine now, but the first iteration of the iPhone didn’t have a number of features we take for granted today, like copy and paste, 3G and definitely not 5G, or even apps. Heck, you could also only sync it via iTunes on the desktop.
Since 2007, Apple has adapted and changed the design of the iPhone a number of times, ditching the metal design for a plastic one with the iPhone 3G and 3GS, before moving to glass for the iPhone 4. It was back to metal with the iPhone 5, before glass made its comeback for the iPhone 8 models, iPhone X and the latest iPhone XS models.
The iPhone hasn’t escaped criticism over the years – there’s was “bendgate”, “antennagate”, and even a claim by some that their beard got trapped in the casing, but it’s still a great success story. Here’s how the iPhone has evolved over its life.