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I am afraid that only veteran fruit fans understand the iPhone prototype exposure!

by:YoukingTech     2021-09-01
Apple has made considerable efforts to build what it considers to be the ideal smartphone, the original iPhone. This work includes creating prototype designs. These prototypes have given Apple designers a better understanding of what the final product will look like, so that they can be modified before mass production begins. Many fans have seen the original iPhone, but have you seen the prototype of the original iPhone? This question has to be tested for the veteran fruit fan. A blogger on a foreign website uploaded photos of the prototype of the original iPhone. This group of photos was never released by Apple. It seems that it was leaked by Apple's internal employees. From the exposed photos, it can be seen that the size and shape design of the three devices are almost the same, but the device information on the back is slightly different. There is a small bell icon on the mute switch position of a prototype machine to remind the user of its function. It can be speculated that Apple was considering designing different positions for the mute switch and providing a logo for the button itself. Apple has made considerable efforts to build what it considers to be the ideal smartphone, the original iPhone. This work includes creating prototype designs. These prototypes have given Apple designers a better understanding of what the final product will look like, so that they can be modified before mass production begins. The front design of the three prototypes is the same, equipped with Apple's internal diagnostic tool interface. You can see the icons of AT Command, Burn-In, Operator, Soundwave, and Rumble. The interface of the third station shows that users can use a USB cable to connect the iPhone to a Mac or PC running iTunes. The other picture shows the interface of the iPhone powered on and equipped with Apple's internal diagnostic tools, including 'SkankPhoneOther icons of AT Command, Burn-In, Operator, Soundwave and Rumble are also clearly visible. The figure also shows that users can use a USB cable to connect iPhone to a Mac or PC running iTunes.
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