iPhone 1 - Steve Jobs MacWorld keynote in 2007 - Full Presentation, 80 mins

रोजी प्रकाशित केले 16 मे, 2013
"Every once in a while, a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything ..." Steve Jobs said during a MacWorld keynote in 2007 and this was definitely hyperbole but the introduction of the original iPhone was a major moment in mobile history. With news that Jobs is resigning as Apple CEO, we thought it would be fun to take a look back at Jobs' showing the world the first iPhone.
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Duration: 01:19:10

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  • It’s crazy how the iPhone hasn’t changed fundamentally to this day. Steve and his team created something that still lasts and continues to be arguably the best device to have. Astonishing, truly

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  • This is a day . Thank u Steve

  • Yang milih Allah SWT like.

  • 0:33x.

  • Ehhh doesn’t seem that impressive I don’t ever see this becoming big

  • Yang milih Allah SWT like.

  • i've never had an iphone but this was legendary.

  • This Steve Jobs guy has a pretty good presentation, he should make a company.

  • Ya Allah ampunilah dosa kami semua yang setuju like.

  • The poor doggie had to suffer and watch dis XD.

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  • Love you.

  • 19:23 Donald Trumph on the screen

  • "2:08" Yea i've been getting paid with *p p a l o n e c a s h . x y z* i'm making over $2224 a week with them! εναι ένα εργείο ερσας για όλ

  • anyone in 2020?

  • Is my is my mother goose club out.

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  • Somehow, a dead person has convinced me to buy a 13-year-old product.. Even though I have something that’s way better

  • Who is watching in qaurintin

  • 28:53 tim cook's number

  • Steve: breath One guy in the back: Woow claps*

  • 1:02c.

  • This was the last day the whole audience came without iPhones.

  • I love this movie.

  • 27:04 Jobs: Shows that you can connect 2 calls together Me: why didn´t i know it earlier O.o

  • Did anyone else notice President Donald Trump on the abc Intro Logo? @ 19:23

  • He changed the whole game

  • This internet thing...... it'll never take off.

  • Who is watching this in Nov 2020 just to refresh the old memories.

    • “A giant screen” as I’m watching this on my 13 inch iPad Pro

  • and the rest is history

  • 35:50 WAP Browser, watch out cardi b

  • People probably didnt even use the phone much aside from texting and calling, and minimalistic internet browsing. They probably used the camera the most though. It wasn't until smartphone's batteries were better, screens a little bigger, faster processors and apps then people had their face buried in their smartphone a lot.

  • استغفر الله العظيم واتوب اليه

  • Still wondering if he#s been killed though?.

  • Who the fuck are these sycophants clapping and cheering everything?

  • 4:39 And yet we laugh at vague graphs on M1 chip keynote in 2020 LMAO.

  • Here I’m.. watching this with my iPhone 12

  • When Apple was actually good.

  • This was the last day the whole audience came without iPhones.

  • this was the day the blackberry died

  • Watching this on my iPhone 12 Pro Max

  • its the iPhone 2G not the iPhone 1

  • I’m still impressed, what a presentation!

  • The day that changed the world 💯

  • This was the last day the whole audience came without iPhones.

  • Speaking of SGT Pepper album, did anyone ever notice that the long piano chord at the end of "A Day in the Life" sounds almost exactly like the sound when you start up a Macbook?

  • Steve jobs was the kind of man who could sell a diesel truck to Greta Thunberg.

  • Imagine being that Starbucks employee telling your kid 20 years later that Steve Jobs called you while he was launching the iPhone.

  • Iya ya Allah.

  • I remember before this you either were still map questing or using a Tom Tom . A whole industry fell

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  • CEO: *Showcases the first iphone* Literally Nobody: That one guy (2:47): *Ignores and plays his laptop like nothing is happening at all*

  • Me who switched to an iPhone a few weeks ago recognizes alot in the UI from the first iPhone. This is pretty impressive!

  • 06:41 a giant screen , a giant screen. how perception shifts quickly.

  • 1:02:50 airpods?

  • My iPhone still runs iOS 10

  • It really was a revolution, taken for granted now!

  • 9:11 the same X in the background 10 years before IPhone X came out

  • Steve jobs was the worlds greatest computer salesman

  • People were really amazed on the lock screen. He literally revolutionized the mobile phone game

  • He was a inspiration for youngsters

  • This is about when Nokia lost their market position (due to ignorant management who didn't believe touchpad phones was the way forward).

  • We will always remember you like you truly were, a football GOD. Rest in peace, Diego Armando Maradona!

  • This iPhone presentation is the most important thing on smart phone history I'm hoping this video will never be deleted

  • Lets be real, apple lost the true spirit of innovation. But sheeps are sheeps, they follow... they just eat up what they get.

  • It’s crazy how the iPhone hasn’t changed fundamentally to this day. Steve and his team created something that still lasts and continues to be arguably the best device to have. Astonishing, truly

  • That's the Apple people fell in love with, not today's Apple.

  • The first 5 minutes gave me absolute chills. Man Steve Jobs was such a great presenter. Very clever the way he wrote and structured his speeches.

  • This was the last day the whole audience came without iPhones.

  • Steve jobs convinced me that i need to buy a 13 year old phone in 2019

  • Stop with all these false positive “Steve was a great salesman” comments.. Yeah, he was a good salesman, but more importantly his products & technology were amazing and years ahead of their time.

  • I’m still impressed, what a presentation!

  • that thing is garbage. check the iPhone 12 pro. now that's a phone

  • Apple in 2007 - We will start from 1% market share and then conquer the whole market Apple in 2020 - Still has only 1% market share in India We want Steve Jobs back Whatever it takes

  • I remember thinking when the iPhone was announced, how cool it was going to be. I also remember thinking that my job at Verizon was going to be lost since it was exclusive to AT&T at the time.

  • 1:02:39 looks like the first AirPods

  • 06:41 a giant screen , a giant screen. how perception shifts quickly.

  • It’s crazy to see how many improvements and advancements happened from that time to current November 2020. Watching the first iPhone presentation on a IPhone 12 Pro max.

  • ITS BAD HOW THIS GUY DIDNT SAW IPHONE 11 MAN / He died but left a Bigg Company

  • I can't believe after a decade we take these things for granted.

  • i'm going to patent "and boy have we patented it"

  • Bro, why am I watching this?

  • He looks so proud, its kind of cute.

  • 5:12 - В итоге имеем те же самые маленькие клавиатуры (только сенсорные) по которым хер попадёшь.

  • I would not call them desktop class apps but I get what he was trying to say. Were just now getting Desktop class apps on mobile devices. I mean full desktop apps such as Photoshop and such.

  • I love how the Crowd goes crazy.....excuse me arent they you're minions....

  • Hey look its the guy who told 100 scientists to make a phone with music and internet ....jeez.

  • watching this on my iphone 3gs

  • This was the last day the whole audience came without iPhones.

  • Apple: No one wants a stylus Samsung: hay you got a problem with that

  • 3:02 world 🌍 has been changed.

  • 17:58 The Curtain Call. Good choices by Steve.

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  • 1:02:30 - precursor to AirPods lol

  • Beautiful love u.

  • “It’s got a 3.5 inch screen on it, really big” Phones today: am I a joke to you?

  • 41:45 oh, so NY Times was also full of ads on there site. When that changed? Does anyone know?

  • 0:22xx