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The very first iPhone commercial

Apple has repeatedly captured the world’s attention. They revolutionized the way we look at technology and dragged the rest of the industry kicking and screaming into the future. The company first started advertising their products in the late 1970s, but it wasn’t until a simple “Hello?” that aired on February of 2007 that changed the world. 

Steve Jobs had already unveiled the iPhone to the public on January 9, 2007 at Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco. Everybody knew it was coming. But nobody, not even Apple, predicted how the iPhone would change the way we look at phones forever.

Apple’s First iPhone Commercial: ‘Hello iPhone’

It was the most anticipated gadget of all time.

The teaser aired four months before the iPhone’s original release on June 29, 2007. Customers lined up outside of Apple stores everywhere to get their hands on the coveted smartphone. The media even called it the “Jesus phone” originally. Things have changed a lot since then. Not the lines part, obviously.

And in case you forgot, here’s what the original first generation iPhone looked like:

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