The latest iPhone was dispatched on the 9th of January, 2007, fifteen years ago. Meanwhile many are still back scratch over the first smartphone of Apple as the dawn of the latest technological era, many of the other thrilling things were occurring in 2007’s world of technology — many of which made a justly large contribution to the high-technology products and services that we all enjoy today.
Apple’s iPhone may have been the most prominent and most acclaimed phone of the year 2007, but it wasn’t the only remarkable launch of that year. Meanwhile, it wasn’t even considered to be the first touchscreen smartphone. That accolade is part of the lovely LG Prada (pictured on the website).
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The authentic iPhone was far from the efficient and leading-selling smartphone of 2007, too, shipping “just” 6 million units on launch. By contrast, the Nokia N95, dispatched in the year 2006 with its Carl Zeiss optics camera of about 5MP and display of about 2.6-inch, marketed 10 million units in that year. However, both were outclassed by the economic colossal of Nokia 1200 150 million sales in the year 2007. Mind you, the price of it is just £30 (in USD is $40), while Apple vended its first iPhone in USD is $499.
Along with LG, Nokia, and others, BlackBerry was still considered to be very much a great player back then. Its stock cost struck a near all-time high of $124 per share in October year 2007, contrasted to just $8.78 at the duration of writing. 2007’s BlackBerry Pearl and Curve, end with QWERTY keyboards, analyzed unusually well but the watermark was high before the smartphone revolution left BlackBerry in the filth and dirt.