“These are not three separate devices. This is one device! And we are calling it iPhone.”
To mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, Brian McCullough posted a new episode of The Internet History Podcast on the history of the iPhone.
It's a great episode and it's also a sobering reminder of how primitive, crude and buggy the original iPhone was. It launched on AT&T's shitty EDGE network (pre 3G), couldn't record video, didn't have multi-tasking, didn't have Siri, and didn't have GPS, to name just a few things we take for granted in 2017.