History of the iPhone Camera

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History of the iPhone

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History of the Apple Processor

Download X-VPN today: (Desktop) https://xvpn.io/?n=best.free.xvpn.DownloadPage (Mobile) https://app.adjust.com/u5c103x ____________________________ Today we’re going to explore the history of Apple processors. There are four different series which power devices from the iPhone to the Apple TV, and may one day power your next MacBook, but we’ll talk about that later. So most of us know that Apple’s a company who embraces proprietary technology. While other companies outsource, Apple keeps things in-house whenever possible, and the chips found in iOS devices are no exception. While Samsung, Microsoft, and HTC rely on Qualcomm and Intel for chipsets, Apple has its own team of engineers to work on proprietary designs exclusive to their devices. And it all started in 2008 when Apple purchased a small semiconductor company called P.A. Semi for a rumored $278 million in cash.

Apple’s Secret iPhone Launch Team: The Event That Began It All

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History of the Leaked iPhone 4 Prototype

If you’re one of my younger viewers, you may not know much about this story since it took place eight years ago, but you need to understand that what we’re about to discuss is considered by most people as the biggest tech leak in history. And that probably sounds impossible since Apple is known for being the most secretive company in the world, I mean, they have multiple locks on labs with unreleased products, they have armored doors, they constantly change system passwords, and they even have their own security force patrolling their campus at all times for intruders and spies. And if that wasn’t enough, every prototype they built was kept under surveillance with restricted access only to people who were directly included in the products development. And this is why most Apple employees are just as shocked as we are when the company introduces a new product. There was even a story about a worker being fired for showing an unreleased iPad to another Apple employee. So it’s pretty hard to imagine that a super secret iPhone prototype would appear on a random bar stool twenty miles away from Apple’s campus. But that just proves that no matter how hard a company tries to be perfect, it’ll eventually make a mistake since companies are just made up of humans, and humans are imperfect. So this mistake had something to do with an unreleased iPhone 4 prototype, a tech news website called Gizmodo, and a very angry Steve Jobs.

When Apple launched the iPhone in 2007, no one imagined that in just 10 years it would become the most popular camera in the world. But it may not be surprising to photographers like Chase Jarvis who famously said, “the best camera is the one you have with you.” And owning an iPhone means a camera is with you at all times. A camera that lets you focus on pointing and shooting rather than adjusting dozens of complicated settings. This level of convenience is a big reason why it dominates the digital camera market today. But the iPhone’s camera hasn’t always been thought of so favorably. Let’s go back to 2007 and take a closer look at the camera included with the original iPhone...

iPhone 3G photo credit:
David Meier - https://imgur.com/gallery/5V7cQ

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