The day Steve Jobs presented the first iPhone – level 3


On January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs presented the first iPhone in San Francisco.

The iPhone was a game-changer. It had a very nice design and a large touch screen. People could interact with the phone by touching the screen. The phone had a lot of new features.

During his presentation, Jobs emphasized how easy it was to operate the iPhone. Besides calling, people could listen to music, and they could use the internet including built-in Google Maps. People liked the new iPhone very much.

The iPhone also allowed developers to create applications that could be downloaded from the internet.

The launch of the iPhone marked the beginning of a new era in the mobile phone industry, opening the door to countless innovations in the world of smartphones.

Difficult words: game-changer (a thing that changes something completely), launch (a start), countless (impossible to count).

What impact do you think the launch of the iPhone had on other mobile phone manufacturers?


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