Today, the company is unveiling the latest mobile interface with the new iRig Pro I/O.
A successor to the popular iRig PRO, the Pro I/O allows mobile musicians to record just about anything directly into iOS including guitars, basses, vocals, keyboards and even MIDI data.
Our iRig Pro I/O just arrived in the mail, so we haven’t had time to give it a full review.
But iRig Pro I/O is apparently the first device of its kind that can also charge the connected device using the DC in port and an optional dedicated power supply.
We start with the original first generation iPhone (aka iPhone 2G) and end with the iPhone 8 dummy unit showing what will be Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone model expected later this year.
In the video and photos below, we get a look at how the iPhone has evolved over the past decade and a new perspective of Apple’s upcoming device with an iPhone 8 dummy unit compared to all other iPhone models.
In the photo below on the left, we take a look at the iPhone 8 compared to Apple’s original iPhone introduced 10 years ago today on June 29, 2007.