Even though the creation of the iPhone was the result of several Apple employees working on super secret teams, much of the public believes that the whole thing from concept to the final version, and all of the great features, popped out of the head of Steve Jobs. The late executive did get the ball rolling on the creation of the device after getting pissed off at Motorola. Now you might wonder why Jobs was ticked at Motorola, and it is an interesting story.
The iPhone was not the first cellular handset to have input from Apple
You see, the iPhone wasn’t the first phone that Apple helped develop. On September 7th, 2005, Motorola and Apple launched the Rokr (pronounced ‘rocker’) E1. A rebranded Motorola E398, the phone featured an iPod interface but could hold only 100 songs. It wasn’t this low storage capability that got Jobs upset, nor was it the poor quality of the device that filled Steve with rage.
Steve Jobs’ daughter mocks the iPhone 14 series
Still, Apple has its share of critics quickly putting down the iPhone 14 series. One critic, in particular, caught the eye of the media after saying that the iPhone 14 models are the same as the iPhone 13 handsets. The reason why this critic gets plenty of media attention is because of her last name, which is Jobs.
Eve Jobs is no chip off the old block
Eve Jobs is Steve’s 23-year-old daughter (he had three), and on Instagram, she mocked yesterday’s unveiling by posting a photo of a man holding up the same exact shirt that he is wearing. The caption she wrote says, “Me upgrading from iPhone 13 to iPhone 14 after Apple’s announcement today.” Well, Eve, you are certainly no chip off the old block as your dad was the consummate salesman while hosting these events, getting us excited to buy Apple devices.
If Eve Jobs wants to really try something different, she can buy the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro, or wait for the Pixel 7 line which will be unveiled on October 6th. Steve, who had a serious hatred of Android, would spin in his grave like a rotisserie chicken if he saw his daughter with a Google Pixel handset in her hand.
Pre-orders for the iPhone 14 series start tomorrow, September 9th, and the phone will be released one week later.