iPhone 1 - Steve Jobs MacWorld keynote in 2007 - Full Presentation, 80 mins

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    "Every once in a while, a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything ..." Steve Jobs said during a MacWorld keynote in 2007 and this was definitely hyperbole but the introduction of the original iPhone was a major moment in mobile history. With news that Jobs is resigning as Apple CEO, we thought it would be fun to take a look back at Jobs' showing the world the first iPhone.

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Moises Rodriguez
Moises Rodriguez

It's crazy how he has to explain so many little details that we just take for granted nowadays.

Vor 11 Monate
TheRealLoganYT 98 for a week!
TheRealLoganYT 98 for a week!

@Mark Fetters ok

Vor 10 Tage
Mark Fetters
Mark Fetters

@TheRealLoganYT 98 for a week! yeah I had the second one

Vor 10 Tage
TheRealLoganYT 98 for a week!
TheRealLoganYT 98 for a week!

@Mark Fetters 3G and 3GS both have a black back, but 3GS is a little bit newer (3G is the 2nd iPhone, and 3GS is the 3rd)

Vor 10 Tage
Mark Fetters
Mark Fetters

@TheRealLoganYT 98 for a week! I had the first one that was with the black back not silver so I believe it was the 3G

Vor 10 Tage
TheRealLoganYT 98 for a week!
TheRealLoganYT 98 for a week!

@Mark Fetters did it have a compass app, or App Store? If it did, that means it was an iPhone 3GS.

Vor 10 Tage
Jeremy Bean
Jeremy Bean

It’s fascinating to see the things everyone applauded to. It’s easy to forget how the original iPhone was the first implementation of so many things that just became standard. Miss you, Steve.

Vor 6 Monate
Leander Herman
Leander Herman

@Wut Honestly I still have this phone in my house as an prized possession i keep in a glass cabinet just to look at the iPhone where it all started.

Vor 23 Tage
youthdom beats
youthdom beats

At first it shocked me how excited the audience was for Steve swiping to unlock the phone, but when I think about it, it's kind of crazy how my phone knows when I'm swiping and how fast I'm swiping. The iPhone and pretty much all smartphones are amazing pieces of technology that I (along with millions of other people) take for granted every single day.

Vor 3 Monate
Wut
Wut

I know a lot of people thought It was going to fail. Because it was simply not going to be as good as shown. Just vaporware. But time has proven this was the real deal.

Vor 3 Monate
DeltaFox
DeltaFox

I remember being in the Navy when the iPhone was released. I was standing guard with one of my friends who'd just bought the iPhone and we spent the whole watch playing with it, watching videos, listening to music and more. It was truly groundbreaking.

Vor 8 Monate
DeltaFox
DeltaFox

@John Smith Sailors love to drop entire paychecks on unnecessary things.

Vor Monat
John Smith
John Smith

How could he afford it?

Vor Monat
DeltaFox
DeltaFox

@Saturday Morning Nostalgia I think we were pretty safe in the drydocks at Portsmouth, VA.

Vor 2 Monate
JD Winstead
JD Winstead

And this is why I refused to reenlist.

Vor 3 Monate
Zachary Lopez
Zachary Lopez

Maaan I was in Army basic when it came out and one of our Drills just got one and used it to take pictures at every training event. Was hard to not be fascinated by it while focusing at the task at hand 😂

Vor 7 Monate
Joshua
Joshua

16:35 I love this part because Sgt. Pepper’s is considered the first true album in music and the album that began the album era. Exactly 40 years later, Steve Jobs unveils the device that would essential start the streaming era of music, and the first thing he plays on the device that would end the album era, is the one that started it.

Vor 8 Monate
youtubə
youtubə

Wtf do you mean "first true album"???

Vor 9 Tage
Rikatan
Rikatan

ironically, despite streaming's focus on user-made playlists, the album is a much more dominant format now than in the 90s (although the 00s tops it by quite a bit), which to me suggests that, above all, people have clear preferences that tech needs to adapt to as well. So now we've reached a point where YouTube is recommending albums a lot and communities like RYM are seeing large rises in usercount associated with higher access to music.

Vor 7 Monate
ArtistNotFound123
ArtistNotFound123

It’s really mind blowing how little this design has changed

Vor 9 Monate
gohan
gohan

@Cesar T i think about this alot. especially the part of how he hated the stylus made me appreciate his innovations. any one else would of took the safe route and went along with the stylus. dude said why not multi-touch and changed the world.

Vor Monat
Cesar T
Cesar T

Because he is no longer around, he pushed and pushed. God knows what other innovations we would have if he was not gone.

Vor 4 Monate
Icaro Filho
Icaro Filho

They set the default of every smartphone look and feel for the next 15 years (for now) to come

Vor 7 Monate
Gustavo Triani
Gustavo Triani

This was just 14 years ago, and it looks like we are living in a different world now. This product really changed our way of life.

Vor year
AJ Wuence
AJ Wuence

@SirAlpha iuli

Vor Monat
Thomas J
Thomas J

@Ninuno yes way. He didn't let his kids have one

Vor 3 Monate
Ninuno
Ninuno

@Thomas J no way

Vor 3 Monate
Thomas J
Thomas J

Jobs said he regrets inventing it.

Vor 3 Monate
JD Winstead
JD Winstead

Changed or destroyed? Progress isn't always moving forward.

Vor 3 Monate
jjvictor66
jjvictor66

This is the best product presentation ever made, and one that changed forever the industry, Steve was right in every single word he said.

Vor 9 Monate
Ben Calhoun
Ben Calhoun

If I was a literature teacher, I would show this to my class. The techniques Steve Jobs convinced the audience so much to get the phone. His presentation for a product was the best. Straight to the point without making you feel like you are being advertised

Vor 6 Monate
THICC-BOI-9000
THICC-BOI-9000

Very cool

Vor 2 Monate
mister johnson
mister johnson

Every single word that is said by Jobs is LEGENDARY. Imagine being in the audience that day.

Vor 7 Monate
Hey Everyone I'm Catherine
Hey Everyone I'm Catherine

@Chris Peters Mine too!

Vor 4 Tage
Chill Cube
Chill Cube

like the word "three"

Vor 12 Tage
Chris Peters
Chris Peters

I would do anything to get to be in that audience. Imagine if time travel gets invented this is my first stop! LMAO

Vor 2 Monate
Mario Gallego
Mario Gallego

The man was a freaking genius. He knew what the average person needed in their daily lives and also how to make our lives more convenient.

Vor 8 Monate
Valentina Rossi
Valentina Rossi

Yea he was, however this was indeed the result of great user research and I believe enormous amount of testing on users which u do which a great, large team andfinancial resources . Ux design at its finest!

Vor 5 Tage
lettuc
lettuc

@kurikuraconkuritas yes but came up with the idea

Vor Monat
kurikuraconkuritas
kurikuraconkuritas

while he's great it was a team effort

Vor Monat
SB Lake Show
SB Lake Show

When you think about it, it's absolutely insane that the UI they invented then has barely changed today. Nailed it on the first try.

Vor year
SXI96
SXI96

Although revolutionary, smartphones have destroyed a lot in terms of how society interacts now and how quickly misinformation/disinformation/shit spreads like wildfire, social media has become seriously toxic AF, I kind of wish I could go back to the pre-smartphone days, life was better IMHO

Vor 3 Monate
meh!
meh!

@Matthew Hunter well said. Part of the reason a company like Apple or Walmart so Netflix succeeded where Blackberry, Kmart, and Blockbuster failed, is that the latter got complacent. I can see your argument that the industry has gotten complacent, and it’s waiting for the next Steve Jobs, etc. to come along and shake things up. I just disagree that it’s Samsung with Apple doing the stealing. Samsung isn’t shaking anything up, indeed it’s only copying the things Apple does (for better or worse) after it spends a year or two mocking Apple.

Vor 3 Monate
Megan Farley
Megan Farley

Boy I Feel Better

Vor 4 Monate
Arco Mahmud
Arco Mahmud

Most iconic presentation in the 21st century..watching on my 13 pro.. every time i see it, still gives me chills..

Vor 6 Monate
scout tf2
scout tf2

@KingInTheNorth by ruin, do you mean apple fanboys and android fanboys going at it? It revolutionized the phone.

Vor 7 Tage
Queen Janeway
Queen Janeway

Every time Apple has a new presentation I watch this one!

Vor 2 Monate
Optic Power
Optic Power

@KingInTheNorth elaborate

Vor 3 Monate
KingInTheNorth
KingInTheNorth

iPhone ruined the world

Vor 3 Monate
MadeOfHope
MadeOfHope

I was born in the 2000s, too early to properly marvel at how revolutionary this phone is, but even then I still remember when I first used a touch screen. I was instantly amazed, even though I was so small back then. Steve Jobs is amazing.

Vor 8 Monate
YoloTheYeeted
YoloTheYeeted

i remember the iphone first time with 2 stickman shooting bow and arrow. It was very fun.

Vor 2 Monate
Alan Walkman
Alan Walkman

"Every once in a while, a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything ..." I don't think this is a hyperbole though. The introduction of the smartphone has changed how people do business, how people interact, how people interact with the world.

Vor 8 Monate
Tomas Gomez
Tomas Gomez

Nowadays is hard to live without an smartphone. Everything is now there!!!

Vor 7 Tage
Aili Cullens
Aili Cullens

I really love how Steve was using a brand new invention while Jony was using an old frickin flip phone in front of Steve and the audience😂

Vor 8 Monate
Uwe Walter
Uwe Walter

Amazing how 1 hour and 19 minutes changed the world forever

Vor 11 Monate
Natalia Labun
Natalia Labun

true

Vor 2 Monate
EdUaRdO v.V
EdUaRdO v.V

@KingInTheNorth It wasn't always like that, the App Store wasn't even introduced yet, all we had was the internet, a clock, an iPod, a camera and not much more. imagine today's world with phones with plastic qwerty keyboards, it wouldn't be too appropriate.

Vor 3 Monate
KingInTheNorth
KingInTheNorth

@EdUaRdO v.V now we all stare at our phones. Disconnected from society.

Vor 3 Monate
EdUaRdO v.V
EdUaRdO v.V

@KingInTheNorth How didn't it?

Vor 3 Monate
KingInTheNorth
KingInTheNorth

Didn't change the world for the better though

Vor 3 Monate
2nd_place
2nd_place

Kudos to Cingular and their CEO for believing in Steve's vision and supporting them when it came to developing the iPhone. It would've been really hard for them to pull it off without their partnership. A lot of people don't realize that.

Vor 4 Monate
Martin Schott
Martin Schott

iPhone´s key to success was that Apple understood how to make smartphones fun. They were pioneers in opening the mass market for smartphones (which, for the time being, had always been a niche product), just like they did with personal computers before. In some way Steve Jobs was truly a genius - he anticipated what people want before they themselves knew what they wanted.

Vor 3 Monate
Elon Mustard
Elon Mustard

14 years ago and yes you were right, it revolutionized how we use phones. Thank you Mr. Job and may you rest in peace.

Vor 8 Monate
COLLIN YIM
COLLIN YIM

It bring tears to my eyes watching Steve doing the presentation. He really sees the future way ahead. TQVM STEVE JOBS & also to the whole team in building the 1st Smart phone , iPhone. There are the true pioneers in building smart phone.

Vor 7 Monate
amfomy
amfomy

They didn’t change the mobile industry, they change the world.

Vor year
Alexandru Zaharov
Alexandru Zaharov

@No Name keep telling yourself that man.

Vor 2 Monate
SXI96
SXI96

Although revolutionary, smartphones have destroyed a lot in terms of how society interacts now and how quickly misinformation/disinformation/s**t spreads like wildfire, social media has become toxic AF, I kind of wish I could go back to the pre-smartphone days, life was better IMHO

Vor 3 Monate
Hisham Osman
Hisham Osman

@Napoléon I Bonaparte yup, I 100% agree with you. My iPhone 4's lasted 5 years without a glitch which is a testament as to how solid Apple is? Android phone? Hmm...after 2 years, it starts to fall apart, hence why Apple products cost a premium. There's a price to pay if you want the best, period!

Vor 3 Monate
Hisham Osman
Hisham Osman

@Lavender I fully agree with this statement.

Vor 3 Monate
N8 the Great
N8 the Great

I love how steve knew it would change the world. Especially with what he said at the start. Its so weird seeing “us” react to the iphone and having no idea how it would turn out. None of us had the vision he had.

Vor 7 Monate
Travelwithyala
Travelwithyala

What a legendary day, I have watched this whole presentation in 2022. Apple has changed the world

Vor Monat
GOLDENEYEAL
GOLDENEYEAL

it really has. this presentation changed the world forever

Vor 25 Tage
Pedro Kuzminskas
Pedro Kuzminskas

Muito a frente do seu tempo, sem dúvidas a principal apresentação tecnológica da história.

Vor 4 Monate
Vadym Osiiuk
Vadym Osiiuk

It is very interesting to watch this presentation even in 2021. This smartphone without exaggeration changed the world, especially ironically given the current state of iPhones. Steve Jobs is truly a genius, and that's thanks Apple has become a big company

Vor 9 Monate
Bruce Milliken
Bruce Milliken

He knew what he was presenting was revolutionary, but he had absolutely no idea how much it would change the world...

Vor year
Oaktown Dimond
Oaktown Dimond

Steve knew exactly the worldwide effect the iPhone would have on society.

Vor Monat
Sujamma_Enjoyer 🇷🇺
Sujamma_Enjoyer 🇷🇺

@Jorge Pérez then you have Been living under a rock all your life

Vor 3 Monate
Devbags
Devbags

Or how many movies/TV shows it would appear in, and the status symbol it would become..

Vor 7 Monate
bjthedjdutchdude1992
bjthedjdutchdude1992

@Taavi I had an LG smartphone for 4 years! And I paced the life out of it!

Vor 8 Monate
Joshua
Joshua

@Jorge Pérez Boomer moment.

Vor 8 Monate
Aiden Baker
Aiden Baker

I can't stop going back to this. Steve is such a good presenter I feel the excitement every time I watch it. Apple really did reinvent the phone, and in the process changed /everything/

Vor 5 Monate
Alexeon Bel
Alexeon Bel

This stuff truly was revolutionary and it's crazy how much I've seen change since growing up. I'd have never thought back then that these kinds of devices would be so integral to me and everyone elses lives.

Vor 8 Monate
Kakha Khmelidze
Kakha Khmelidze

Most legendary and important and classic and an amazing presentation of last few decades. This keynote will never be overshadowed for the next hundred year at least.

Vor 4 Monate
Mike Compton
Mike Compton

46:57 Steve Jobs just casually prank calling a Starbucks is hilarious

Vor 8 Monate
Jordan Neville
Jordan Neville

Always the rebel 😂😂

Vor 5 Monate
Ezestical
Ezestical

XD

Vor 6 Monate
Theodor Mommsen
Theodor Mommsen

Imagine what the girl answered the phone call felt like. She was confused and probably annoyed by another jester bothering workers from their work. She had no idea that she had witnessed one of the first iPhone calls from Steve Jobs himself. Incredible. I think she hanged herself right after that.

Vor 6 Monate
WorldTravel1518
WorldTravel1518

@林友謙 *iPhone. smartphones existed before this.

Vor 6 Monate
Cleanse Your Mind
Cleanse Your Mind

@林友謙 yah I think the same

Vor 6 Monate
Saurav Verma
Saurav Verma

"These are not 3 seperate devices, this is one device" The amount of goosebumps they would've got at that time

Vor year
JmTrad
JmTrad

some people thought this would be the downfall of iphone.

Vor 7 Monate
God Mode
God Mode

I still got goosebumps while watching this vid on my 12 pro max.

Vor 9 Monate
Matthew Kim
Matthew Kim

@sajeevan vm bruh it’s like 2-3 minutes into a presentation well over an hour long, are you serious? You really didn’t have the patience to watch for literally two minutes?

Vor 10 Monate
Kandi Man
Kandi Man

@Scott Kampmeyer They were all fanboys of other brands, just like we have console fanboys, car fanboys, sports team fanboys ... they’ll say anything negative about the “other team”, no matter how outlandish.

Vor 11 Monate
Md Hishaam Akhtar
Md Hishaam Akhtar

I got goosebumps right now dude

Vor 11 Monate
A Panda
A Panda

I watch this at least a few times each week. It's very unfortunate how the world has taken Apple's innovation for granted today. We wouldn't be anywhere near where we are now without them.

Vor 2 Monate
mcspud
mcspud

I watch this video once a year just to remind myself of what a true visionary looks like. This is time 6 or something and I always get something out of it

Vor 7 Monate
Redacted 416
Redacted 416

Steve Jobs will forever be a legend

Vor 9 Monate
Purna Mahesh Immandi
Purna Mahesh Immandi

This presentation never gets old

Vor 9 Monate
Bob Brown
Bob Brown

Truly phenomenal…. So fresh after so many years… Wish he could be around to see where we are today and where we are headed.

Vor 9 Monate
SuperBigdude77
SuperBigdude77

When he mentioned Google maps. It made me smile. I'm so thankful for a gps system that can fit in your pocket and you can carry anywhere because I'm terrible at directions. The one thing I'm thankful for is GPS. Almost more than anything else.

Vor 9 Monate
Mario Piper
Mario Piper

Goosebumps, laughter, and smiles every time I see this!

Vor 6 Monate
John Almighty
John Almighty

Greatest marketer of all time. Built an impeccable brand, that is still revolutionary ‘til today.

Vor 8 Monate
Frank B. Ruby
Frank B. Ruby

This is a piece of history I love to watch every couple of years. I cant believe it has only been 12 years! So many things are funny now: Steve saying Apple will be introducing 3G in the future, seeing Steve one-finger-type some text messages like an 80-year old texting for the first time, seeing how slow original iphone is at responding to inputs, seeing the NYT webpage not optimized for mobile, etc etc... tech has come so far in the last 15 years, it is mind blowing... I just ordered an iPhone 11 Pro today :-) We are living in exciting times, ladies and gentlemen!

Vor 2 years
Dno Od Spodu
Dno Od Spodu

This definitely should be played in schools all over the world, be it in science or history classes

Vor year
mikethespike056
mikethespike056

@Eddward21 When technology wasn't available, Apple just created it.

Vor year
Migvel Americano
Migvel Americano

@André you think you can, but you can't.

Vor year
QuantumVortex
QuantumVortex

I really like the community around apple but soon I’m switching to android (referb pixel 4 or a 5 if it’s worth the extra money)

Vor year
AJ Flowz
AJ Flowz

Lucas Fernandes de la Fuente the fact that you don’t have either ^_^

Vor year
Tomas Konopac
Tomas Konopac

To byl ještě svět v pořádku :) Dobrá práce od Steve Jobs :)

Vor 6 Monate
ibealec
ibealec

Every time I watch a WWDC, I get recommended this video. I'm reminded that while Apple has succeeded on many fronts in the past decade, no product has been as groundbreaking as they were when Jobs was running things.

Vor 8 Monate
dudetocartman
dudetocartman

I can't believe it's been a decade since Steve Jobs passed. This will always be my favorite keynote by him. Steve is my idol and brought me where I am today.

Vor 7 Monate
dudetocartman
dudetocartman

@Fabinu Shahid I am now currently working as a financial manager and as one of the top representatives at a big non profit corporation in my city helping it run successfully. Now, I am getting my MBA in 2 months, and hoping to take more control of the company and help it run better. I also am planning on opening my own business while doing this and maybe run a franchise.

Vor 2 Monate
Fabinu Shahid
Fabinu Shahid

Where are u man🙄

Vor 2 Monate
hturt4
hturt4

How amazing to watch Steve explain the then revolutionary features we all take for granted today. So much progression and refinement since, but iPhone is the device that changed our lives and how we interact with the world. Apples reinvented the phone and revolutionized our lives.

Vor 8 Monate
MrJulioManuel
MrJulioManuel

Possibly the greatest presentation ever recorded.

Vor year
Mister Smiley
Mister Smiley

That statement just forever changed the definition of the word imbecilic.

Vor 8 Monate
Stanley Stan
Stanley Stan

greatest shit*

Vor 8 Monate
Plastic
Plastic

Followed by the falcons landing.

Vor 8 Monate
J J
J J

@Patrick J Mims Give us your number one presentation.

Vor 10 Monate
Kandi Man
Kandi Man

@Patrick J Mims How about you point us in the direction of a better presentation?

Vor 11 Monate
ImmA
ImmA

I remember watching this online the day of the presentation. A genuine seismic shift in technology. It’s interesting that Steve didn’t focus more on the keyboard functionality. Plus it’s funny to watch him one-finger peck at the keyboard haha.

Vor 8 Monate
Enotsnav Dier
Enotsnav Dier

Yeah, it looked way less impressive than it actually is because he didn't have practice yet.

Vor 3 Monate
Konvinced89
Konvinced89

Watching this in 2021 on a Galaxy S21 Ultra. Thinking about a phone screen that measures just over half the size of this one, and that being "huge" for the time is amazing. Having never owned a single iPhone, I can still appreciate that my device would not exist without that first endevour into unknown ideas. Steve Jobs was a visionary leader and solutions maker of his time.

Vor 8 Monate
Jo LiMag 🇺🇦
Jo LiMag 🇺🇦

I watched it then and just rewatch it in 2021… it was and is a remarkable step in mobile phones.. I’m sure he was a tough guy to work for, and not the nicest guy. But I admire his ability to see the future and his aim for perfection. I wish he had had more time.

Vor 5 Monate
Sexy Knickers
Sexy Knickers

The best part of this was getting to see/hear some of the artists in Steve's music collection, he truly loved music, and his ambition for iTunes/iPod proved this.

Vor 2 Monate
Gustavo Luís Soré
Gustavo Luís Soré

The last audience where everyone pays attention without being distracted by cell phones.

Vor year
Anecro
Anecro

@Vinay that's the entire point of his comment.

Vor 2 Monate
Publius2k4
Publius2k4

Ironic, actually.

Vor 3 Monate
Vinay
Vinay

Because there were no smartphones.

Vor 3 Monate
Jessie Castillo Jimenez
Jessie Castillo Jimenez

Great comment. Silly people comenting around this one.

Vor 3 Monate
Kapil Subramanian
Kapil Subramanian

This 80 minutes completely changed the world❤️🌍

Vor 6 Monate
nope.
nope.

Holy crap. This is way more advanced than I thought it was. That's crazy good stuff, a lot of stuff that's exactly the same today

Vor 6 Monate
Dustin Wilkins
Dustin Wilkins

What I find so interesting about this event is the audience watching this event in person would have no idea just how revolutionary this device would be. This phone alone changed the world. I know obviously now there are new phones on the market that are better than the iPhone and I know that when the App Store came out thats when the iPhone really changed the world but this og iPhone laid the foundation for just about everything that we interact with in our daily lives now. It also amazes me that just one day before this event the tech that was available was so ancient compared to what Apple introduced on this day in 2007. With the introduction of the iPhone it sent the world 10 years into the future

Vor 3 Monate
VegasSAV702
VegasSAV702

Love or hate apple this is hands down the most legendary keynote in tech history

Vor 8 Monate
sirsquirrel0
sirsquirrel0

I just love how happy and excited SJ is to demonstrate and show off the iPhone. Absolutely revolutionary and tbf it makes me emotional to watch it.

Vor 6 Monate
Vincenzo Stromboli
Vincenzo Stromboli

its so awesome how much this changed the game for good. 15 years on it makes you wonder what the next big thing will be!

Vor 3 Monate
wasim shaikh
wasim shaikh

It's 15years now and this video still gives me chill and makes me proud apple fan

Vor 4 Monate
Muktesh Daund
Muktesh Daund

Superb Beginning of our era. I can't believe I am watching it in 2022 with same enthusiasm as the audience. Great Thanks Steve and Team for everything.

Vor 4 Monate
Ionone's Roomful of Drums
Ionone's Roomful of Drums

Watching this in 2021 gave me chills. I still remember when this first came out in 2007 and how magical it was to have The iPhone. It changed everything. Watching this on my iPhone 12 Pro Max. Thank you Steve. Rest In Peace.

Vor year
KABOOM
KABOOM

I remember this technology was still very fresh not a lot of people in my school had apple products. I brought my ipod touch and we were all watching Jumper (2008) it felt like we were at the cinema, but this was during the class, the teacher had no idea we were watching a movie during his lecture. He's chinese so he couldn't see us very clearly.

Vor 8 Monate
Kien D Luu
Kien D Luu

I share your sentiment. I remember holding the 3G version and thinking it was like something out of Star Trek. Crazy how we take his stuff for granted now. But this device really did take mobile tech to the masses. Historical!

Vor 11 Monate
F80 Jesse
F80 Jesse

Pretty crazy to see how far we've come, huh? That tiny 3.5 inch screen with pixels as big as lego bricks was STILL so revolutionary at the time. Looking at the newest flagship of apple products in 2020+ is just wild.

Vor year
أبو الشوق
أبو الشوق

This is the 20th time I've seen this show - and I'm amazed at how that man took the world with his inventions to where we are today - credit to Steve Jobs for inventing the Mac - and the iPod - and now the iPhone We are living the evolution made by this man No one has come yet to do something revolutionary like him - all that is happening now is the development of what he has made of computers or even smart phones Steve you are amazing

Vor 4 Monate
God Mode
God Mode

This indeed was one of the most revolutionary product!

Vor 9 Monate
liquid9059
liquid9059

Miss this guy so much! So well spoken and innovative

Vor 8 Monate
Pranay Kamble
Pranay Kamble

He is an inspiration, Invested our time by watching and learn presentation skills.

Vor 7 Monate
Sam Adams
Sam Adams

This presentation is legendary.

Vor 2 years
dudetocartman
dudetocartman

@Hill I tried to get my marketing professor to play the video where Steve talks about marketing. It was too long she claimed. It was super long. At least I tried. She would play videos before class each time and marketing videos during at times.

Vor year
deguz de la szaboben
deguz de la szaboben

@Gus Quinn not now

Vor year
Hill
Hill

It is, I heard this was shown in many marketing lecture class.

Vor year
Min Zaw. Oo
Min Zaw. Oo

.

Vor year
Ameer Taweel
Ameer Taweel

Watching the whole thing for the second time, at 2 AM. It's amazing that the second time brought the same inspiration and excitement, as if it was the first time I'm watching it.

Vor 9 Monate
emmittsmith482
emmittsmith482

It’s amazing how many features we take completely for granted or just flat out ignore were jaw dropping back then.

Vor 4 Monate
Giovanni Matteucci
Giovanni Matteucci

Steve was a simple person who got excited with other simple people because he invented something simple for everyone. I love this man.

Vor 9 Monate
aghori
aghori

Truly one of the greatest innovations of 21st century.

Vor 8 Tage
Krazy Bruh
Krazy Bruh

The first 5 minutes gave me absolute chills. Man Steve Jobs was such a great presenter. Very clever the way he wrote and structured his speeches.

Vor year
Mike
Mike

He was an incredible showman and salesman.

Vor year
Hakan Yucel
Hakan Yucel

I’m watching this 2-4 times every year I love it ❤️

Vor 8 Monate
fabulousinflorida
fabulousinflorida

I remember the excitement of driving to AT&T to get my 1st Gen iPhone. That thing was practically indestructible. I dropped it a million times. Been kicking myself for years that I didn’t hang onto it for nostalgia purposes.

Vor 8 Monate
xiingli
xiingli

Gotta love this passion. It's simply inspiring.

Vor 4 Monate
Ralph Muskinyaar
Ralph Muskinyaar

The idea to have a touch screen that can change for every application really was revolutionary.

Vor 5 Monate
wilbert
wilbert

If you think I’m about to watch an hour long presentation from over a decade ago about one of the most important devices in history at 10 pm then you are right

Vor year
javon27
javon27

@Jason Davis lol what

Vor year
Jason Davis
Jason Davis

@Mike Richards bro are you stalking the comments like bro get out of here u 40 yr old like why do middle aged men try to fight with kids like bro haters gonna be haters like who ARE *YOUUUUUUUUUUU*

Vor year
Jason Davis
Jason Davis

@javon27 BRUHHHHHH

Vor year
Mike Richards
Mike Richards

@wilbert What do you think about the phone? I remember when it came out, lol. Incredible piece of technology. Touch screen made things easier. I remember companies trying to expand on the phone and failing. Apple really changed things up.

Vor year
Mike Richards
Mike Richards

@wilbert but what does that have to do with the video? do they get you likes? I remember like 4 years ago when people would comment about the video and not what they were doing while they watched the video. I guess whatever gets likes.

Vor year
Rudy Bonilla
Rudy Bonilla

I can always come back to this video and it feel fresh, amazing. Steve Jobs was amazing

Vor 9 Monate
Zahuruddin Sheikh
Zahuruddin Sheikh

I dont know I sometimes search for these and sometimes they come as recommended. But watching these gadgets get launched by him for the first time is like witnessing the birth of an era. A change.

Vor 9 Monate
Jamarious Johns
Jamarious Johns

He was right, this was definitely 5 years ahead of its time. Crazy

Vor 6 Monate
Jason Bristol
Jason Bristol

I remember sitting in the library on an iMac in high school watching this keynote a couple hours after it happened. I kept hearing people talk about the iPhone and was like "wat dis". You better believe this shit was absolutely insane when it was first revealed. I wanted one, my friends wanted one, everyone wanted one. It was too expensive though and was locked to AT&T, but that didn't stop it from changing the world.

Vor 9 Monate
Rehan Mazhar
Rehan Mazhar

This keynote should be added into National Film Registry as a culturally significant movie.

Vor year
Mattia Giambirtone
Mattia Giambirtone

@ITS ME AUSTIN you miss the point. Anti consumer or not, apple reinvented the phone, period. And I'm an apple hater mind you

Vor 8 Monate
James Stephenson
James Stephenson

@ITS ME AUSTIN I don’t think you realized that though Apple may not be your cup of tea, Apple set the new standard for mobile tech. Without this phone, we wouldn’t have the phones, Apple or not, like we do today.

Vor 9 Monate
Zuritoski
Zuritoski

Once you see the stories about what everyone back stage had to do to make sure this presentation went smoothly, you understand just how big of a deal this was. This presentation really had an cultural impact. I sound corny as hell lmao but that’s how I see it, IMO.

Vor 10 Monate
Luis Anthony Martinez
Luis Anthony Martinez

@Dr. Spaceman he doesn’t know how was “smartphone” before the iPhone…

Vor 11 Monate
filenotfound
filenotfound

Steve Jobs was controversial in many, many ways, but damn, he knew how to reveal new products. He remains one of the best presenters for anything ever. He was so good at this stuff. RIP

Vor 6 Monate
Jonathan Pinzon
Jonathan Pinzon

“Controversial?!”

Vor 5 Tage
Logan
Logan

say what you want about steve jobs, but the man was such a talented presenter

Vor 9 Monate
magnòlia d'acer
magnòlia d'acer

I've never had an iPhone, not planning to get one any time soon but I was 2 years old when this happened and I appreciate old Apple products. Steve Jobs was a genius, this was amazing for its time!

Vor 8 Monate
Beyaz Bulut
Beyaz Bulut

This is the best keynote ever! Miss you Steve!!!

Vor 4 Monate
Ben Mortimer
Ben Mortimer

Watching everyone get excited about touchscreen is weirdly wholesome.

Vor year
matthew natividad
matthew natividad

@mrmichrom it’s a pretty massive leap of increasing the interactivity of a phone with this demo alone

Vor 6 Monate
Daniele Draganti
Daniele Draganti

@kazarr1 he did it a few years before this with a MacBook (I believe pre-2000 but don’t take my word for it), not with the iPhone.

Vor 7 Monate
Fahaddex
Fahaddex

@Christian Kellner i mean the ds had touch screen but no phone did

Vor 8 Monate
Hobby Bugs
Hobby Bugs

I think its soo cool

Vor 8 Monate
Daan Jarigsma
Daan Jarigsma

@Jill's Sandwiches F Ttr

Vor 8 Monate
William Sniegowski
William Sniegowski

So often Apple presentations are filled with hyperbole, where every new device is the next best thing. For this one, the self-touted "revolutionary" device may have actually fallen short of how world-changing it would become.

Vor 8 Monate
Tommy Hallum
Tommy Hallum

I remember getting my 1st IPhone the 3GS when it 1st came out and it was amazing but I couldn't imagine being in this crowd their minds must have been blown.

Vor 4 Monate
Joshuel David ON-DRUMS
Joshuel David ON-DRUMS

When He said “and third. A break through internet communication device” they under appreciated it. Now everything is based on using the internet.

Vor 9 Monate
Winston
Winston

This was and is absolutely revolutionary and I'm lucky to have been alive at the turning point of mobile technology to see how everything changed after the iPhone. While Apple devices and software don't appeal to me in the slightest, it would be foolish to deny the influence this one device has had on our every day lives, and the Motorola I am typing this on is just one of many derivatives of this original iPhone. Every single smart phone on the market today has a touchscreen, phone, and media capabilities all in one device with a unified app ecosystem. Every single device has practically all the features that this device has, and any that don't are perceived as a joke. I kind of wish Apple wasn't so popular today. It feels like without the drive to snatch up marketshare, innovation has stagnated. We don't know what we don't know: what innovations are out there still waiting for us, and what have we missed?

Vor 8 Monate
ollieoverit
ollieoverit

Steve jobs convinced me that i need to buy a 13 year old phone in 2019

Vor 2 years
Doubledecker
Doubledecker

Yea

Vor Tag
TheRealLoganYT 98 for a week!
TheRealLoganYT 98 for a week!

@Leander Herman but it can't really do anything at all.

Vor 10 Tage
TheRealLoganYT 98 for a week!
TheRealLoganYT 98 for a week!

@mugichu If you don't want people to reply to your reply, either turn off your notifications, wait for the comment to get around 500 replies, OR delete your reply... it's simple, really.

Vor 10 Tage
Leander Herman
Leander Herman

I actually still have this iPhone it’s an artifact to actually own one like antique furniture 😜

Vor 23 Tage
Beans either233
Beans either233

Lol

Vor 26 Tage
Amazing 190
Amazing 190

46:58 Steve just did the first prank call on an iPhone. Revolutionary.

Vor 7 Monate
Pitiless Nightmare
Pitiless Nightmare

Boom

Vor 4 Monate
Edward David-Bermudez
Edward David-Bermudez

I got chills when he introduced it as a revolutionary device — and I’m watching this on my 13 Pro Max.

Vor 7 Monate
iTraveller
iTraveller

Me too

Vor 4 Monate
Burak Özdemir
Burak Özdemir

Shocked in iPhone 7

Vor 6 Monate
Minecraft Platinum Fireworks
Minecraft Platinum Fireworks

**cries in iPhone 6**

Vor 7 Monate
SenorPlaid
SenorPlaid

This presentation happened during CES, and it was amazing to see tech writers who had decades in the game and had seen it all with their minds blown. It was all anyone wanted to talk about at CES afterward. And it's also interesting to watch in retrospect, given that Apple hasn't done a thing since the iPad that could be construed in any way as mindblowing or revolutionary--just more variations on a theme, the true groundbreaking ending with the death of Jobs.

Vor 6 Monate
FZ13Gaming
FZ13Gaming

Regardless of what people think of Steve’s character. I miss this man speaking. I will forever support his product. Much love…we and Apple miss you.

Vor 7 Monate
Nox.INk# Records ❶
Nox.INk# Records ❶

To this day this presentation still remains one of the most gripping ever for a product launch. Hands down.

Vor year
Peter Franz
Peter Franz

Remember the day. And, the reaction after this event, carried on for a long while, then another wave of craziness happened when the sale date approached, and the whole massive line thing became a cultural thing. Apple actually garnered attention usually only given to rock bands.

Vor year
God Mode
God Mode

I still get goosebumps while watching this on my iPhone 12 Pro Max. I will be here again after iPhone 13 gets released.

Vor 9 Monate
Quick Review
Quick Review

Most Spectacular Keynote I ever watched 👌

Vor 7 Monate
Molly Shiba
Molly Shiba

This is a legendary presentation ever!

Vor 7 Monate
kautilya21
kautilya21

Apple is still the most innovative company in the world, it has done amazing things since Jobs passed

Vor 8 Monate
Jay Yadav
Jay Yadav

Even tho we all know it's an iPhone the way he builds up the hype still makes it feel like he's launching it rn😂😂😂

Vor year
SSDSharpshooters
SSDSharpshooters

I know right?!?

Vor year
Joshua Christensen
Joshua Christensen

But we didn't know what it would look like or how it would work.

Vor year
Sajan Mon
Sajan Mon

Ya that’s how you feel when u watch the 2007 event in 2021. Way to go buddy

Vor year
The weird Show
The weird Show

Ikr

Vor year
Utkarsh Katiyar
Utkarsh Katiyar

Because He's a legend in Marketing.

Vor year
Jordana Basham
Jordana Basham

Me watching this on my iPhone 13, I never thought there’d be so much need for explanation of the small things but either way this iPhone was revolutionary!

Vor 8 Monate

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