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Running head: TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE 1 Technology of the Future Candace Rachal CIS 105 May 22, 2011 Instructor: Saundra Mc David
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TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE 2 Technology of the Future In January 2007, Steve Jobs introduced the Apple iPhone during his keynote address at the Macworld Conference and Expo (Tracy V. Wilson, n.d.) . The iPhone has been a sensational hit to the world. Many major companies have used this phone for a lot of their communication. Being able to receive your emails anywhere at any time is amazing for anyone. The iPhone is basically a laptop in the palm of your hand. The iPhone has different features like being able to receive calls, watch movies, listen to music, browse the web, send and receive emails and text messages (2007, Wilson). The original iPhone has been upgraded to the iPhone 3g, 3gs, and the iPhone 4. In 2008 they upgraded the iPhone to 3g. The iPhone 3g came with a GPS receiver. In 2009, Apple launched the iPhone 3GS (Tracy V. Wilson, n.d.). The iPhone 3GS has a better camera and video at 30 frames per second. In 2010, Apple
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