The first ever iPhone was released in 2008, since then Apple has released a total of 21 iPhones in the last 11 years.
Now we have a great video from EverythingApplePro that features every iPhone that Apple has released and compares them side by side.
It is interesting to see how much the iPhone has changed since 2008, what is also interesting is the amount of RAM that Apple uses in their iPhones. They started out with 128MB of RAM and now the top model comes with 4GB of RAM.
When you compare this to may of the flagships on the market they come with between 8 and 12GB, although Apple still manages to perform well in a range of speed tests and benchmarks even though the use much less RAM.
We are expecting to see three new iPhones from Apple later this year, these new handsets are rumored to land some time in September along with iOS 13.
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Filed Under: Apple iPad, Apple iPhone