When the original iPhone came out, it was truly a revolutionary device that change how we use our phones, talk to other people, how we do things in our day-to-day life's. When it came out, it had a 3.5 inch touch display that never was seen on a phone before. And Apple patented the Touch Screen and the technology that they used in the original iPhone when it came out. I truly do believe that Apple came out with the revolutionary screen technology, and no other computer company should have used that patent in any way, shape, or form without paying Apple a fee for using the Touch Screen technology that Apple patented when the first iPhone came out. And yet every smartphone on the market used the same touch screen technology that is used in the original iPhone, when Apple did in fact came out with that revolutionary technology that found today on every smartphone. Without other companies, using those patents then we wouldn't have many options to use a different phone that isn't the iPhone. So that means that if other companies didn't used the patents that Apple made when the original iPhone came out, then the iPhone would practically capture the entire smartphone market and the iPhone wouldn't have any competition or anything focing them to make it better every year, a.k.a. Amazon Kindle E-readers, Then it would be like AT&T owning the entire market back in the day when there was no competition. So AT&T could price it any way they want since there was no competition and they're the only Home Phone service company at the time. So to me, I'm stuck what would happen if other companies didn't used the Touch Screen Display patents that Apple came out with in the original iPhone. Then the smartphone market today would look like, a Touch Sensitive iPhone, Blackberries (The phone company), phones that has QWERTY keyboards, and phones that just has a keypad. (Just for numbers). And maybe a company would come out with a phone that just has the same display size or bigger but below the non-touch sensitive display (Since Apple patented the display technology used in the original iPhone) there would just be a mini trackpad so we can use our thumb to move around the display and maybe we would have a slide-out keyboard underneath the display. So it would look like kinda like this. Even if the Smartphone market look like this today, I really do think sooner or later Smartphone companies would file a lawsuit saying that Apple has (Almost) all the smartphone market share and Apple has the Touch Screen Display patents that is used in all of their iPhone and we (The smartphone companies) are stick with just a non-touch display and some buttons while Apple has a touch-sensitive display with on-screen buttons that change the entire world on how they use their phones. To me, since that touch-sensitive display technology was patented when the iPhone came out, it made the iPhone a revolutionary device. And to me, I think that the Touch Display technology should only be used on iPhones and Apple devices. But if that did happen then Apple would be like AT&T (I have mentioned this above), and many companies would file a lawsuit against Apple (I did too mentioned this above). And I used Android devices before I switched to an iPhone SE. On Android it seems like the patented display technology is no big deal that it came from the iPhone, but on the iPhone it is a big deal because Apple used and patented the Display technology they is on all iPhones and it did change the world on how we use our phones. I really do think that Apple should make companies pay a fee to use their patented Display Technology that they made on the original iPhone. So other companies wouldn't have to make phones that just have QWERTY keyboards on them. And Steve Jobs wanted to ban any phone that used their Touch Screen Display patents because Apple made that technology and they have patented it. And when the iPhone came out, Apple did patented everything that made the Touch-sensitive display technology possible. I really do agree with Steve Jobs that any phone that used the patents should be banned. But if that happened, then companies would have file a lawsuit against Apple and then Apple would have to hand over the Touch-sensitive display technology over to other companies, but I would have let other companies used the patented Display Technology if they pay a fee to use that Display Technology in their phones. But if the display technology wasn't as revolutionary as it is today, then it wouldn't be a big deal that other companies used that technology because it would be like if Apple made a revolutionary Antenna for their iPhones, it wouldn't be as big as a deal as the revolutionary Touch Sensitive Display technology that is used in all phones. I recently watched a movie called Jobs based on what happened at Apple in the late 1970's to the early 2000's, and last night I watched the Keynote that Steve Jobs released the iPhone 4, and other parts of Keynotes that Steve Jobs was in like the original iPhone event, other videos that Steve Jobs was in.