Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, said that the best of iPhone is yet to come while celebrating Apple’s 10th birthday. The first iPhone was launched by Steve Jobs on January 9th, 2007. At an event of Macworld in San Francisco. He, late co-founder of Apple, described this pocket computer as a three in one product each being – revolutionary mobile phone, widescreen iPod along with touch controls and an internet breakthrough communications device. Currently, after 10 years, the anniversary is being celebrated by company with a promise that upcoming iPhone, which would be the presumed iPhone 8, will bring better updates than those since 2007. Being an essential part of their customers’ lives, iPhone redefines the way of entertainment, communication, life and work, said Tim Cook, as the launch was celebrated by Company. He also said that iPhone has set standards in its previous decades, for mobile computing, and that they are now just getting started while the best of iPhone is yet to come.
Phil Schiller, marketing head of Apple, assisted the claim that there is more to introduction regarding the upcoming iPhone. He said that iPhone is about how people make Face Time and voice calls, how they share and shoot 4K videos and Live Photos, how they hear to streaming music, play games, use social media find new places and get directions, surf the web, pay for things, manage their calendars and contacts, do email, watch TV, listen to podcasts, watch sports and movies and manage health and fitness, iPhone has come to be all these things and much more.
Apple’s iPhone 8, expected to release in September, is rumored to bring greater changes than any other iPhone possibly, that will include new screen which might cover whole front side of the phone, new screen technologies and iconic home button removal. This phone, referred as phone for 10th anniversary, will be a major iteration of 10th Apple smartphone. Traditionally Apple has ignored dwelling much on its anniversaries and own history. But, in recent years, it has celebrated both – 30th anniversary of first Mac and Apple’s 40th birthday, coordinating advertising campaigns for both cases.