Still, creating a software keyboard on an iPhone wasn’t an easy task, especially when the early prototype units don’t look at all comfortable to use in general.
It’s officially the tenth anniversary of the original iPhone launching, and so people are reminiscing, including one of the individuals tasked with creating the original device’s software keyboard.
If you’re curious what they might look like, Ken Kocienda (who created the software keyboard for the iPhone) took to Twitter to talk about the early prototype units — and even share what they looked like.
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While Boom 3D can be used with any audio output from your Mac, an integrated audio player is also included to provide even more advanced controls, including a ten-band advanced equalizer along with presets and a range of special effects.
Apple has leased a “small fleet” of cars from Hertz to test its self-driving car technology, Bloomberg reports.
Neither Hertz nor Apple commented on the report, but a person familiar with Apple’s project said the company has been testing a half-dozen self-driving vehicles on public roads near San Francisco for more than a year.
The deal mirrors a much larger agreement between Alphabet and Avis for a similar arrangement, and Hertz’s stock jumped 18 percent on the news of its relationship with Apple.