Rare Facts About Steve Jobs' iPhone

| } February 12 , 2016 , 19:22 IST
The co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs, never wanted to launch iPhones, the most sold out product of Apple, but he initially started with iPad. Having the vision to launch touchscreen tab, Jobs discovered iPhones. Under AT&T contract, it was launched on June 29, 2007 in the United States of America. The company has produced a barrage of products after iPhone, including the iPad tablet computer, the Mac personal computer, the iPod portable media player, and the Apple smartwatch, however, iPhone still stands out to be consumers' favourite. Also Read: Apple Launches iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus In India Here are some rare unknown facts about iPhones [caption id="attachment_173335" align="aligncenter" width="885"](Photo courtesy: Apple.com) (Photo courtesy: Apple.com)[/caption]  
  1. The first call from iPhone was a prank call. Steve Jobs called Starbucks in public.
  1. In 2012, Apple sold 340,000 iPhones a day.
  1. If you use iTunes, you have already agreed not to use Apple products to create nuclear weapons.
  1. Samsung makes about 30% of the A8 chips that go into Apple's iPhone 6.
  1. Apple's iPhone has higher sales than everything Microsoft has to offer.
  1. Everything you say to Siri is directed to a special centre and stored there.
  1. The first iPhone was called Purple1, and was known by 30 people only.
  1. In Brazil, iPhone is two times more expensive than in the US.
  1. Every iPhone ad displays the time as 9:41 AM, the time when Steve Jobs revealed the first iPhone in 2007.
  1. 27% of all the photos worldwide are made with iPhone cameras.

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