The iPhone has come a long way since it was first introduced 15 years ago as one of the most desirable smartphones in the world, it has cemented Apple’s position as a tech giant, along with the company’s other products, but did you know that the first iPhone didn’t have a copy and paste feature? The reason for this was, to be the reason, to be included on the page, for a report by 9To5Mac.
As Kocienda joined Apple in 2001, he was one of the lead engineers who worked on the iPhone project, and that worked for him, the development team couldn’t prepare for the time the first iPhone was released. It’s time to get started, get it started
And according to the image: “The engineer explained that he came up with the idea of a ‘text magnifying glass’, a trademark in the surrounding area, and another trademark, moving between the characters after the user lifted his finger off the screen due to the natural flickering.”
And the Touch History had to be developed which helped keep the cursor where the user really wanted it. Make reference to the spot.
The copy and paste feature was finally introduced via iPhone OS 3.0 in 2009 and was installed by default on the iPhone 3GS.
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