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iPhone Tech Evolves & Thrives: Infographic

Consumers are the last stop in an increasingly complex supply chain, and their wishes often impact important sourcing decisions. It's interesting then to note how the features and functions of the popular Apple iPhone have evolved since the company's first iPhone launch in 2007.

Alex Hillsberg from Finances Online shared an infographic that clearly illustrates the market and the must-have wishlist of users. It proves that innovation has definitely been a hallmark of the iPhone, with the advent of favorite features including Siri and the App Store.

The newest offering seems to have hit many of the key items on consumer minds. The question now is how these changes will alter Apple's supply chain. What do you think?

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8 comments on “iPhone Tech Evolves & Thrives: Infographic

  1. Daniel
    September 13, 2014

    “Consumers are the last stop in an increasingly complex supply chain, and their wishes often impact important sourcing decisions. It's interesting then to note how the features and functions of the popular Apple iPhone have evolved since the company's first iPhone launch in 2007”

    Hailey, technology also changed drastically during the past 7 years. I think Google and Android are the main reasons in paving way for change in Smart phone industry.

  2. _hm
    September 14, 2014

    @Hailey: Very good post. Also first or one of very few sincere post here for all Apple contributions.

  3. _hm
    September 14, 2014

    @Hailey: Did you miss Apple pay with touch id to be most effective if not innovative way of payment?

     

  4. Ariella
    September 15, 2014

    2010 appears to be the pivotal year in terms of number of innovations in the new phone. It's gone downhill from there.

  5. Anand
    September 16, 2014

    I think Apple should pay more attention to the polls conducted by websites (and itself) before launching another iPhone. It should include some of the features that users voted on. I personally think that the iOS could be better optimized, and also, visibility under the sunlight is a big issue.

  6. Ariella
    September 16, 2014

    @anandvy that sounds so sensible — much too sensible for a corporation. 

  7. Anand
    September 16, 2014

    Actually, IBM paved the way for smartphones, followed by Nokia and Motorola, and then Apple and Google. Apple iPhones are, if you compare with standard phones, are a lot faster because of their strict architecture. Apple also has a good to great after sales service. Their products are costly because they have so much marketing to do.

  8. Daniel
    September 19, 2014

    “Actually, IBM paved the way for smartphones, followed by Nokia and Motorola, and then Apple and Google. Apple iPhones are, if you compare with standard phones, are a lot faster because of their strict architecture. Apple also has a good to great after sales service. Their products are costly because they have so much marketing to do.”

    Ananadvy, IBM have any Smartphones? so far i never seen any such products from IBM

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