Take a look at how far iOS has come in 11 years
In January of 2007, Steve Jobs forever changed the world when he appeared on state at Macworld and introduced everyone to the iPhone. Without question, Apple's iconic smartphone has completely transformed the way we interact with technology and communicate with the world at large. Even loyal Android users would have to concede that the modern-day smartphone as we know it today would have never been possible but for the iPhone.
The driving force behind the iPhone, of course, has always been iOS. And while iOS today provides users with an arguably unrivaled user experience, that hasn't always been the case. Though iOS has always been intuitive and relatively easy to use, early incarnations of iOS were lacking in a number of key areas. As a quick refresher, you might remember that the first iteration of iOS lacked quite a few features that were considered standard at the time, with copy and paste being one such example.
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