iPhone Turns 10!

Posted January 10, 2017
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It was ten years ago that Steve Jobs got onto stage and introduced the world to the iPhone. The rectangular, touch screen phone was like nothing on the flip-phone dominated market at the time and would turn out to change the market completely.

While the first iPhone was a lot different than the ones we all have today, it was the first step in a computing revolution that we still haven't seen all the implications of yet.

Check out the video above to learn why the iPhone is so important to video production.

 


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