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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by xmaseve, Dec 7, 2013.
Anyone else with me? Or am I just living in the past?? I miss the simplicity.
Its missing like 300 features from todays ios 7 and no apps or the appstore at all
That's exactly what made it so nice
People only remember the good things in these kinds of situations
Here's an original iPhone for you, even signed by Woz.
Apple iPhone 1st Generation SIGNED by Steve WOZ Wozniak
It's for sale too.
Live in the past and feel sad
Live in the future and feel anxious
Live in the present and feel alive.
This phone was nice and simple too. But I don't miss it
Prior to the iPhone 4, iPhone cameras were pretty horrible. I certainly don't miss that.
No App Store, copy and paste, multitasking, wallpapers, notification center or control center? Only EDGE data speeds? I REALLY don't miss that.
There are things I don't like about iOS 7, it's too bright and kinda ugly. And the iPhone 5s is a little too fragile. But I'd take it over iPhone OS 1, and the original iPhone.
Ha! I had that phone (or one extremely similar)
I remember playing snake on it
Okay, I'll give you the camera and LTE
If you really like iOS 1, this person has managed to recreate it, in a sense. You'd just have to be jailbroken first.
I miss my early 20s...
I still have my OG iPhone used every external battery in Amazon to keep it going.
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No MMS, no cut/copy/paste, no app store, EDGE (2G), max 8GB of storage, 1/4 the pixels, smaller display, required headphone adapter for third-party headphones, less efficient Bluetooth, slower WiFi.
I get nostalgia, but I'm gonna have to go with grumpy cat and say no.
Yeah I hate having LTE, DND, big screen, HD, awesome design, multitasking, larger capacity, more ram, larger battery, better camera, flash, panorama, GPS, Touch iD.... Yeah, I really miss the OiPhone and it's total lack of ability to do much more than surf the web and make phone calls when compared to today's iPhone.
Simplicity does not always equate into pleasant user experience.
I'd hate to give up multitasking, cut/paste both of which apple was late to the party. Apps is why I use the iPhone and no app store on the iOS 1 makes its a very limited smart phone.
How does anyone know if this iPhone 1 was really singed by Steve Woz and not some replica of his signature and the seller is just trying to make some money. Is there a picture associated when Woz signed or document ?
The original iPhone on iOS 1 was like barely one step up from a feature phone, why would anyone miss it.
My first Nokia phone! I'd had two phones previous to that, a bt cell net phone then a cellnet U phone straight after which brought me to the pictured phone.
Classic! I remember playing snake on my mom's phone lol
Sorry to bring up this really old thread, but I agree with you. I like the simplicity. iOS today is pretty much the same thing, but loaded with more features. That's not always a good thing. Think back to Mac OS 9. Just System 1, but more features and people complained about the piece of "spaghetti code" the Mac OS had become. I think iOS is having the same problem, and Apple is going to need a completely rewritten iOS in a few years, just like OS X. I know many people will disagree with me, but this is my opinion.
I will sell my original iPhone for much less but then it has not signature!
Got this phone in May 2009.
HTC Touch Pro, Windows Mobile 6.1. Over three years I modified it to run Sense 2.1 w/Weather as well as making it able to upload to Facebook and Youtube. Plenty of apps. First phone I had that did internet, SMS and Picture Mail.
Now here's the thing…I recall posting on my Facebook wall just how dumb it was that the iPhone couldn't do cut and paste and MMS (Picture Mail). Did you get that?
A 2009 HTC phone was doing cut and paste and MMS before it was ever available to the iPhone.
One of the reasons I never jumped on the iPhone the moment it came out. It was ridiculous the STANDARD stuff it COULDN'T do until much later.
Sorry. Not interested in THAT experience.
2009 was the year iPhone got MMS and cut/copy/paste.