Steve Jobs Was Considering An iPhone With Physical QWERTY Keyboard
Since Apple introduced the first apple iphone four years back, it’s been acknowledged not just because of its sophisticated capabilities and changing the landscape of the smartphone industry, but in addition for as being a winner of style and design. Having said that, a former Apple executive has revealed that the company was going to release a different model, which would have changed the phenomenon called iPhone.
Ex-Apple executive Tony Fadell,, has disclosed in an interview that Cupertino based company created numerous designs for the first apple iphone before finalizing on the design they released 5 years ago. As with every company the normal practice is to go through numerous several design prototypes before going to manufacture the final product. Still, it appears like the apple iphone-possessing customers were about to receive a physical keyboard as the company was seriously considering the option.
Gizmo enthusiasts may possibly identify the name since the gentleman is behind the company Nest, the business powering the smart thermostat, and even before he was working as an Apple exec right up until ’08. He spent another two years as an advisor to Steve Jobs.. Throughout this period in the organisation, Fadell played a major role in the devlopment of iPhone, iPhone 3G/3GS, he was also involved with the iPod. He also said that the three prototypes that Steve Jobs picked out, one contained the famous iPhone curved design, the other comprised a physical QWERTY keyboard, and the 3rd, which was apparently an iPhone-iPod crossbreed.