Apple’s first iPhone launch and the iPhone first generation specifications:
People always look for new technologies and new models. Currently, it’s the time of iPhone sixth generation and in the coming future we are going to see iPhone seventh generation. Have you ever thought of the iPhone first generation? Do you know when was the first iPhone released? Let’s go into the details of this.
The first iPhone launch date:
Apple former CEO Steve Jobs has first thought of developing an iPhone in the year of 2005 and they successfully made the first iPhone launch was announced on January 9, 2007 and was released in the month of July, 2007 in United States. From there onwards it has been releasing new generation of iPhone for every consecutive year. But always old is gold. When there is not certain technology we have iPhone first generation with advanced and adequate number of features and applications.
iPhone first generation specifications:
The first iPhone was provided iOS 1 and later it was provided the facility to upgradable to iOS 3.1.3. The specifications of the first-iPhone include the SIM network technology of GSM technology and hold a Mini SIM. The CPU performance of 412 MHz ARM 11 and is available in 4GB, 8 GB and 16 GB.
The iPhone first generation was provided with a primary camera of 2MP and there was no secondary camera at the first iPhone launch. Coming to other specifications, it contains a wireless LAN technology of Wi-Fi 802.11b/g and the Bluetooth version of V2.0 with only headset support. The sensors are provided with an Accelerometer and the Safari browser was made available from the first iPhone.
Coming to the battery specifications the first-iPhone was provided with non-removable Li-ion battery with stand by time of up to 250 hours, talk time of 8 hours and music play up to 24 hours and there was no GPS and Google Maps technology at that first release. And, the iPhone first generation is available with size of 3.5 inches and resolution of 320X480 pixels. This is all about the first-iPhone launch and its specifications.