On January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs presented yet another revolution with the name “i”: the Apple iPhone. A smart phone, with an impeccable design that made it possible to browse the internet … Ten years later, the smartphone has become a must.

1.Apple iPhone created fans and addicts

The rise of the iPhone has created a new social phenomenon: fans and addicts; not only for the iPhone but also for other platforms, that of Google’s Android in particular.

We can see real enthusiasm from fans, heated discussions on the internet and even irony between the different clans. It is exactly the same behavior as football clubs. Android users hate the iPhone, and vice versa.

2. iPhone revolutionized fashion

“Show me your phones, and I’ll tell you who you are.” Phones using high technologies are now fashionable gadgets, but also belonging to a certain society. Apple started with the iPod and continued with the iPhone. Today, all other manufacturers take this phenomenon into account before designing their products.

3. Information in our pockets

The time for these endless debates on common topics in the street is now over. If you have someone who is difficult to convince on some subject with you, you just need to find the right answer on the internet. The internet is in your pocket and more specifically in your iPhone.

4. iPhone has changed more than one industry

The iPhone has made a huge contribution to the mobile and online gaming world with an incredible performing interface. We are very far from the “Snakes” of our old Nokia. Downloadable online music and other multimedia sent directly to our friends or to our social media pages have become simple everyday uses…. Thanks iPhone.

All of these highly technological industries are currently worth several million dollars.

5. A need? an app is available

Do you have any need? Then there is definitely an app that you can download on your phone to help you solve it.

“Available in the Apple Store” is a phrase familiar to iPhone users. Given its cloud-based simplicity, this concept was quickly copied to their competitor. Apps for mobiles represent a real revolution which has not yet delivered all its possibilities. For example, mobile payment methods are still in their infancy.

6. “Internet, Anytime, Anywhere”

With the iPhone, the internet is everywhere with us. The Internet is no longer a simple information bank. It has become an essential tool for everyone offering personalized content and services: travel, management of the family budget, management of the professional network, etc.

App economy and closed system

By creating, a year later, the App Store, an application store, Apple and its iPhone have also revolutionized a whole section of the digital economy. In 2015, the Apple store generated $ 20 billion in transactions … and that’s not to mention that it has its cousin on Android, the Play Store, which generates nearly half as much revenue.

The picture is not all rosy, however. Because while revolutionizing the mobile world, Apple took the opportunity to impose its operating system, iOS, on the whole world. However, like its big brother MacOS, iOS is a “closed” system, inseparable from the iPhone . And in addition, every application that enters your iPhone must be validated by Apple. And so it is that situations like the one that arose in China a few days ago, where the New York Times app was removed from the Chinese App Store, at the request of the Chinese government, have come about.

Android, the system developed a few months later by Google, has built a more flexible system image, in opposition to iOS. However, even if unlike an iPhone, an Android phone can receive any system developed on the same basis, today it is Apple and Google who share a large majority of smartphone users (and therefore their personal data). ).

How the apple iphone changed 

On January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs presented yet another revolution with the name “i”: the iPhone. A smart phone, with an impeccable design that made it possible to browse the internet … Ten years later, the smartphone has become a must.

1.iPhone created fans and addicts

The rise of the iPhone has created a new social phenomenon: fans and addicts; not only for the iPhone, but also for other platforms, that of Google’s Android in particular.

We can see real enthusiasm from fans, heated discussions on the internet and even irony between the different clans. It is exactly the same behavior as football clubs. Android users hate the iPhone, and vice versa.

2. iPhone revolutionized fashion

“Show me your phones, and I’ll tell you who you are.” Phones using high technologies are now fashionable gadgets, but also belonging to a certain society. Apple started with the iPod and continued with the iPhone. Today, all other manufacturers take this phenomenon into account before designing their products.

3. Information in our pockets

The time for these endless debates on common topics in the street is now over. If you have someone who is difficult to convince on some subject with you, you just need to find the right answer on the internet. The internet is in your pocket and more specifically in your iPhone.

4. iPhone has changed more than one industry

The iPhone has made a huge contribution to the mobile and online gaming world with an incredible performing interface. We are very far from the “Snakes” of our old Nokia. Downloadable online music and other multimedia sent directly to our friends or to our social media pages have become simple everyday uses…. Thanks iPhone.

All of these highly technological industries are currently worth several million dollars.

5. A need? an app is available

Do you have any need? Then there is definitely an app that you can download on your phone to help you solve it.

“Available in the Apple Store” is a phrase familiar to iPhone users. Given its cloud-based simplicity, this concept was quickly copied to their competitor. Apps for mobiles represent a real revolution which has not yet delivered all its possibilities. For example, mobile payment methods are still in their infancy.

6. “Internet, Anytime, Anywhere”

With the iPhone, the internet is everywhere with us. The Internet is no longer a simple information bank. It has become an essential tool for everyone offering personalized content and services: travel, management of the family budget, management of the professional network, etc.

App economy and closed system

By creating, a year later, the App Store, an application store, Apple and its iPhone have also revolutionized a whole section of the digital economy. In 2015, the Apple store generated $ 20 billion in transactions … and that’s not to mention that it has its cousin on Android, the Play Store, which generates nearly half as much revenue.

The picture is not all rosy, however. Because while revolutionizing the mobile world, Apple took the opportunity to impose its operating system, iOS, on the whole world. However, like its big brother MacOS, iOS is a “closed” system, inseparable from the iPhone . And in addition, every application that enters your iPhone must be validated by Apple. And so it is that situations like the one that arose in China a few days ago, where the New York Times app was removed from the Chinese App Store, at the request of the Chinese government, have come about.

Android, the system developed a few months later by Google, has built a more flexible system image, in opposition to iOS. However, even if unlike an iPhone, an Android phone can receive any system developed on the same basis, today it is Apple and Google who share a large majority of smartphone users (and therefore their personal data). ).

Android, the system developed a few months later by Google, has built a more flexible system image, in opposition to iOS. However, even if unlike an iPhone, an Android phone can receive any system developed on the same basis, today it is Apple and Google who share a large majority of smartphone users (and therefore their personal data). ).

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