By: Scott Sazama. On Dec. 15, 1999, Apple had the idea of making a phone that could use a mobile version of iTunes From 2002-2004, Apple posted trademarks.
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On Dec. 15, 1999, Apple had the idea of making a phone that could use a mobile version of iTunes From 2002-2004, Apple posted trademarks all over the world about their new idea. On Dec. 16, 2004, Motorola agreed to work to work with them on their idea. After 9 months the phone was complete. It was called the ROKR. In 2006, Apple had another great idea. They were going to expand off of the idea of the ROKR. Once again the posted trademarks about this all over the world. On Jan. 9, 2007, the iPhone was complete. TIME magazine names the iPhone the invention of the year on Oct. 31, 2007. Just last summer the iPhone became 3G.
The battery life is really bad. You can’t replace the battery of an iPhone. iPhones are very sensitive to water. They don’t have a physical keyboard which makes it harder to type.
iPhones have a touch screen that is almost impossible to scratch. Buttons on the side that can adjust your sound. The music stops once a call comes and then comes back once you’re done on the call. Instead of trying to find the buttons that take you where you want to go, you touch something on a screen called an application. (App)
Are tiny squares on the main screen. You access your extra features by tapping these on the main screen. Apps can be anything. They can be stocks, e- mail, or games. You get 15 apps when you buy your iPhone.
The 8GB iPhone is $199(plus tax) The 16GB iPhone is $299 (plus tax) The monthly bills range from $30-$100.