Today in Apple history: The iPhone’s terrible ancestor


Today in Apple history: The iPhone’s terrible ancestor
September 7, 2005: Apple teams with Motorola to release the ROKR E1, the first Apple-sanctioned cellphone to run iTunes. Steve Jobs is very unhappy with the results.

September 7, 2016 at 11:35AM
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