This week, the world celebrated the tenth anniversary of the emergence of the famous iPhone phones, and despite the great evolution of these phones over the years of launch, we now have a look at some of the designs and models that Apple thought before reaching the form of existing iPhone phones.
Ken Cosinda, who helped develop the first keyboard software for the iPhone, posted two Twitter images of the prototype designs of the phone.
Keane, a former employee at Apple, worked on the company’s human facades before working for his own account this year, saying that the models had remained in his office for the past 10 years.
“The devices in the pictures were not independent devices,” he said, adding that the Wallabies were just touch screens powered by Mac devices and a keyboard through a 30-pin connector.
In another tweet, Cosinda revealed that the images were the only two models he had seen, adding that there could be more unfamiliar.