[HD] Steve Jobs - 2007 iPhone Presentation ( Part 1 of 2 )

פורסם בתאריך 22 אפר 2012
The iPhone was introduced at the Macworld Conference & Expo 2007 with a keynote address from San Francisco's Moscone West.

Wikipedia - Steve Jobs: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Jobs

Steve Jobs - 2007 iPhone Presentation ( Part 2 of 2 ): www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0vTQm...

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  • massiv destruction wepon is born.

  • 40:50 - not the boomer one finger texting lol

  • 12:00 - C'mon, no one has ever said 3.5" being "really big" LMFAO. In 2012, I was one of the first with the Galaxy Note 1 and people use to joke, well, look how the TURNTABLES in 2014 with the PLUS

  • I tak sobie dalej ruchają idiotów na hajs xD Teraz dla nich nowością jest kilkuletnia technologia 120hz i głośniki stereo

  • I really love how steve just mention the 3.5in screen BIG and we're amazed with that But fast forward to 2021 and even a 4.0in screen will be considered ultratiny by some Technological improvements are really fast

  • Even the first generation had such a smooth UI! No laggy shit.. compare that to android phones in freaking 2021.. heeeshh

  • Crazy that this was only 14 years ago but using iPhones and other smartphones alike seems so ingrained in our day to day lives that we cant imagine using any of these 3 devices in any other way

  • I just couldn't help but smile when he showed it sideways and said it was really thin.

  • I remember this rich kid bought the first iPhone into college and we all gathered around him as he scrolled through the menu.

  • Even today, the brilliance of the UI completely baffles me. Years and years ahead of the game.

  • RIP Headset jack.

  • This was one of apples if not the best presentation that really crushed all competition at that time

  • Back in the Day 02 Megapixel for camera. Now we are on the 35 Megapixel for any smart phones

  • It doesn't seem like much now to young kids but the iPhone really did change the way we use phones forever. It wasn't perfect at first but they made it bigger and better over time. My phone in 2007 was a Nokia that only text and called.

  • wow

  • Steve jobs doxing johnny on live tv

  • Thanks steve

  • It's sad how we went from being excited for new iphone versions to only getting the same design and same camera every single year.

  • I remember when iPhones were for the rich (techies) only.

  • Was truly revolutionary. Got one when it came out and loved it. Had it 3 years and then switched to Android and haven't looked back.

  • It's great how we look at this now if I told anyone that 14 years later we would be able to really good high end games (like genshin) or something on our phones they would never believe us

  • "It's really thin!" 😂😂😂

  • Steve has convinced me to buy an iPhone, brilliant

  • Me watching this with my iphone 12

  • Say what you want about the man but he could sell a product

  • Yahoo mail as the biggest email in the world. Time flies fast.

  • Steve jobs: isn’t this cool? The crowd: to shocked to reply

  • 3:13 an iphone even your great great grandparents would love

  • 3,5 really big kkkkkkk

  • i love when he shows the contact list with all the numbers in clear... I wonder if they are still in use

  • Watching this presentation on my iPhone XR

  • That just looks like Steve Jobs flexing for 41 min

    • also sounds like steve jobs playing with his phone for 39 min

  • I was 8 when this came out and did not realize that being able to listen to specific voicemails in any order was revolutionary. I remember that on home phones and landlines but I always assumed cell phones had random access voicemail. Crazy how far things have come in my short 23 years.

  • I was about 3 years old when this presentation was given and I’ve never watched the full thing. Seeing the features that were revolutionary at the time is fascinating. I didn’t know that the ability to zoom in on pictures was cheer worthy. So cool.

  • Now we look back at 30 years ago we going have technology with are heads phones brain computers smart glasses vr gaming is crazy technology comes way I think we going mars Ai robots

  • Steve Jobs: *takes a breath* Everyone:

  • This phones better than my iPhone 13

  • "Multi-touch is lika a magic” Me who lives in 2021:-👁️👄👁️

  • every time i upgrade my iphone i watch this video

  • Watching this on an iPhone in 2021, just got the chills lol!

  • This starts the rule that you have to "WoW" to whatever Apple says.

  • 37:22 Google: I don’t think so now😏😏

  • this guy is a legend

  • Nokia and moto watching this presentation live : 👁️👄👁️

  • this presentation should be main for every student for all majors. Well built, attractive, and contain jokes and seriousness.

  • 22:35 You had me at scrolling

  • I love how people cheered up when Steve pinched the image, it amazing. Now is the most common thing to do.

  • Could feel how shocked were the audiences and apple’s competitors on that day.

  • Hilariously I used one of the phones Steve Jobs compared, the Moto Q. I still have it today…

  • I never considered Steve Jobs a tech guru but I cannot deny he was a great communicator... watching this video makes me want to buy a 2007 iPhone (and I never owned an Apple product!)

  • 19:22 is that Trump

  • I think this is only in my feed cause my iphone searching for his ancestors

  • that was the death sentence event for blackberry and nokia.

  • They didn't had they own maps app they used googles "google maps"?

  • 6:46 ilaward.info/the/wyd-w/pZWMtqOHrJ-xgGE 😂

  • It looks really cool

  • 3:07 little did he know he was dissing his company in the future

  • Looks like steve is holding AC remote

  • Watching it now.. I feel like I'm rich using 6.5 inch screen samsung with many rear cameras and Finger frint sensor 🤣😆

  • Now: We made the cameras diagonal instead of in a row! *Everybody applauds* Apple has turned from a master of innovation to a master of making us shell out $$$ for insignificant iterations.

  • In a few years we’re gonna come back to this video with our iGlasses laughing at the fact that we are now commenting with iPhone 13’s and stuff thinking we’re cool.

  • Imagine he's still alive today, and he reinvented the trashcan

  • Well, 4 years (!) ago I used ICQ with mobile Data on an Symbian Nokia 6600 :( But then came touch - and Nokia was gone.

  • visionário

  • Steve is never a history for us, he is in our head for life! Such a nice person with wonderful speeches

  • I hate to say this but tbh, Apple set the standard of the modern smartphones. Samsung kinda copied their hardware design and Google copied the OS (Andriod)

  • Best part of this boring presentation is knowing that this world class child laborer got rewarded with pancreas cancer. Type your cringe below:

  • steve jobs: “isn’t that cool?” “pretty cool, huh!” “isn’t that awesome?” “okayy” “unbelievable” “pretty nice” “pretty cool” “pretty great” everyone in the audience: *CLAPS AGGRESSIVELY*

  • 37:36 WOOP

  • Who else is watching this on an iPhone?

  • "Lets check from the side, its really thin"... Got me so good 😂😂

  • POV you watching on iPhone and he made what you holding lol

  • The day the world changed

  • I want one of it

  • Man a whole new chapter started that day

  • 11:56 "3.5 inch - It's realy big" My S20 Ultra - 6.9 inch, compact enough

  • Imagine someone just shows up there and hand steve a iphone 13 pro max with 1TB sotrage and 144hz display lmfaoooo

  • Here we are iPhone 13

  • Steve Jobs was an alien sent here to advance our civilization and when he did they faked his death so he could go back to his planet.

  • Who the fuck is steve jobs?

    • ligma balls

  • Whatever happened to NOKIA? I didn’t see anyone surpassing them. They slept. Actually dead now. How times change.

  • I actually disagree that this was that revolutionary. I mean, we already had colour screened, video iPods that felt quite similar to this. And everyone was expecting them to add a phone to the iPod eventually - which turned into the Iphone. I mean, the revolutionary bit by Apple was the App Store in my opinion. Using Apps on phones changed everything. But I wouldn’t say the hardware was really that different to the latest iPod at the time. I mean, the video colour iPods were slick, fast, smooth devices

  • Boom phone is unlocked 😁👌👌 see his excitement We've come very long now

  • But different now

  • Lmao overrated af

  • Sooooo, am I the only one that got this in recommended?

  • the last time apple had an innovative product

  • Most inspiration to me

  • 6:46 And then they came out with Apple Pen...

  • Fun Fact: When he went into the Recents section of the Phone app, Tony Fadell was one of the people who had their calls missed. He then deleted his contact. This is because he was lead of designing software around the OS that the iPod was running. They used the software based around MacOS by Scott Forstall. To show how disappointed Steve was with Tony’s take on iPhoneOS 1, Steve deleted his contact like the savage guy he was, and fired him. Brutal.

  • I’m currently watching this on an iPhone 13. It wouldn’t exist if he didn’t make this revolutionary invention.

  • 3:00 history is made

  • "And...... that's how son your father became an apple fanboy"

  • Something many people don't seem to remember is that, while the iPhone was revolutionary for its time, that revolution didn't happen over night like many seem to believe. I've seen people saying that this is the moment Nokia died, or flip phones dies here, but that isn't what happened at all. It was the beginning, yes. But Sony Ericsson had their biggest sales year one year *after* this. The old-style cell phones that preceeded smartphones wouldn't be overtaken in sales until 2012. So while this was the beginning of a revolution, it didn't happen as fast as some seem to think for some reason.

  • He told other people what to invent?

  • Birth of technology

  • I got that phone the day it came out and im still using it to this day

  • The thing is sad of Steve Jobs he passed away

  • the fact that steve jobs played boulevard of broken dreams 👌

  • can't wait to use this