The first iPhone obtained its name in 2002 in many countries worldwide, as well as in the European Union.
Its development was initially covered under a secret project with the code name “Project Purple” in 2004.
Steve Jobs had previously rejected countless designs for the iPhone before choosing the final one.
The first iPhone had only one camera of 2 Megapixel, without zoom or autofocus and with no video support.
The first iPhone did not have GPS.
The first iPhone was purchased by 6,1 million people.
Because of the long queues outside Apple Stores one day before its release, iPhone was given the nickname “Jesus Phone”