The Evolution of Our Beloved iPhone

The iPhone 5. Photo courtesy of Google.

The iPhone 5. Photo courtesy of Google.

Saul Bautista, Journalist

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   Every year brings new opportunities and new electronic advancements; and every year a new iPhone is bestowed upon the public. The Apple product has had a major impact on this generation because it introduced many gadget features that are still utilized today. And in celebration of its latest release, iPhone X, here is the past success in a quick rundown from the beginning to now.

  • iPhone 2G

-Release Date: June 29, 2007

-Resolution: 320×480 Pixels

-Over 1 million iPhones were sold.

  • iPhone 3G

                           

A clear view of the iPhone 3. Photo courtesy of Getty images.

-Release Date: July 2008

-Colors: Black and White

-Resolution: 320×480 Pixels

-New Home Screen

  • iPhone 4

-Release Date: June 2010

-Colors: White and Black

-Resolution: 640×960 Pixels

-Video Calling

-Available in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB

-The iPhone 4s introduced Siri.

  • iPhone 5

                               

The iPhone 5. Photo courtesy of Getty images.

-Release Date: September 2012

-Colors: White, Black

-Resolution: 640×1136 Pixels

-The iPhone 5s introduced the ‘touch id’ fingerprint sensor.

  • iPhone 6

-Release Date: September  2014

-Colors: Space Gray, Silver, Gold

-Resolution: 750×1334 Pixels

-Display: 4.70 inch

  • iPhone 7

                                   

The iPhone 7. Photo courtesy of Getty images.

-Release Date: September 2016

-Colors: Gold, Rose Gold, Red, Jet Black, Matte Black, Silver

-Resolution: 750×1334 Pixels

-First iPhone to not have headphone jack.

-The plus version of the iPhone 7 introduces portrait mode

  • iPhone 8

-Release Date: September 2017

-Colors: Silver, Gold, Jet White, Black, Jet Black

-Resolution: 750×1334 Pixels

-Wireless charging

-Does not have headphone jack

-Has a glass exterior

  • iPhone X

                               

The iPhone X. Photo courtesy of Getty images.

-Release Date: November 2017

-Colors: Silver, Space Gray

-Resolution: 750×1334 Pixels

-Introduces face ID

-Does not have headphone jack

-Has a glass exterior

   Throughout the last ten years, the iPhone has gained worldwide fame as every new product has brought something relevant and fresh to the public. It has now become a tradition that every year a new iPhone is released and impresses its loyal customers.

   Although the Apple product is not for everyone, it is tough to compete with as it is one of the best selling phones of all time, and its legacy will definitely not be forgotten as Apple will hopefully continue to unveil new iPhones in the future.

About the Writer
Saul Bautista, Journalist

I have lived in Pahrump my entire life which has pros and cons; regardless, the town still has some great people. I plan to attend UNLV in the future and...

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5 Responses to “The Evolution of Our Beloved iPhone”

  1. Dominic Juranty on January 19th, 2018 8:33 am

    I will never understand their ingenious ability to make phones, but they should practice counting up to ten. Nice article! It is very informative, and makes me feel nostalgic because it feels like yesterday that the iPhone 5 came out.

  2. Avi Huling on January 19th, 2018 8:36 am

    This is an awesome story! The iPhone is something that is very relevant in this generation. It’s pretty cool to see how the iPhone has changed over time and how society takes it so seriously.

  3. Deja Jackson on January 19th, 2018 2:07 pm

    It was very interesting to read about how much the Iphone has changed! I think this is very well written, and is very intriguing to new generations.

  4. Sierra McAdams on February 9th, 2018 9:32 am

    The Iphones are evolving rather fast. It takes not even two years for them to release a new Iphone and then everyone is willing to spend hundreds of dollars to buy the new Iphone. If Samsung was releasing phones as fast as Apple would, people start buying Galaxy just as much and just as fast or would the new Galaxy be left in the back so that Apple could make a new product?

  5. Bridgette Segura on February 12th, 2018 11:39 am

    I agree with the phrase “the Apple product has had a major impact on this generation.” As a student at Pahrump Valley High School, I see students use their phone for help at school. Teens and adults heavily rely on their phones for everyday tasks.

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