Top 5 memorable features of iPhones past
For starters, there was a time when Apple’s events spurred many great innovations in the mobile space, so much so that the competition seemed years away from matching what Apple was doing. Today it’s a completely different story, as we naturally found out. Sure, there are a few notable surprises thrown in throughout the presentation, such as the introduction of the mid-range iPhone 5C and the use of a 64-bit chipset with the iPhone 5S, but as a whole, there wasn’t as many ah-ha moments that seemed rampant with previous iPhone announcements.
Taking a stroll through memory lane, we take a quick look back at 5 specific features of iPhones past that were so darn memorable – you know, the kind that made us squeal with joy in the inside. So what are some of your favorites?
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Top 5 most memorable features of iPhones past
1. FaceTime calling
2. Retina Display
3. Simple and intuitive iOS experience
4. Apple iPhone 4 design
3. apple4never (Posts: 360; Member since: 08 May 2013)
i think apple died the second steve jobs did R.I.P steve jobs and apple
4. PapaSmurf (Posts: 4138; Member since: 14 May 2012)
John V. sure was happy to write this article.
Since the iPhone 4, Apple hasn't done anything to "wow" the market besides the design of the iPhone 5.
5. ilia1986 (unregistered)
As an ex iPhone 4 owner - I agree. Anything after that perhaps excluding Siri is a gimmick.
And before you say "well the Galaxy line hasn't seen too much actual innovation as well" I say - Android is already the world's most advanced mobile OS (take that, apple). Number 1's don't have to sweat that hard.
6. XperiaFanZone (Posts: 446; Member since: 21 Sep 2012)
Now post the same for the Galaxy S series. There'll be more.
Btw, the second slide should be FWVGA (480X854), which most of Motorola and Sony (Ericsson) Android phones had that time.