|Release date||May 31, 2007|
|Display size||3.5 inches|
|Display dots per inch||165 DPI|
|Display Resolution||480 x 320 px|
|Display's superficy||5.65 square inches|
|Display's superficy (metric)||143.51 square mm|
|Display total pixels||153600|
|Operating System||IOS 3.1.3|
|Thickness (metric)||11.6 mm|
|Width (metric)||61 mm|
|Height (metric)||115 mm|
|Ounces per cubic inch||0.97 oz/cu in|
|Grams per cubic cm||0.17 g/cu cm|
|SIM card type||Mini SIM (2FF)|
|Head SAR value (radiation)||0.974 w/Kg|
|Memory||16GB (8GB and 4GB versions also available)|
|Stand-by Time||250 hours (10.4 days)|
|Talk Time||480 minutes (8 hours)|
|Music / Multimedia|
|UPC code||885909185177, 885909128525, 0885909185177 (EAN)|
Apple's very first phone, or as many like to call it, the iPhone 1, is incidentally one of the first ever handsets to adapt a full touch interface, touting a 3.5-inch 480 x 320 display without any accompanying physical keypad -- it delivers an on-screen soft-touch keyboard instead. Among its specs are a 2-megapixel photo-only camera at the back, a 16GB maximum memory (there are 8GB and 4GB models as well), and iOS version 3.1.3, which would grow to become Apple's staple mobile ecosystem. The First iPhone works with 2G GSM bands and has a battery promising up to 250 hours of standby and an 8-hour talk time.
Also known as: Original iPhone, iPhone 1.
You Should Also Be Interested In These:
* Specifications cannot be guaranteed accurate. Do a confirmation of the key specs before making a final choice. Cell phone manufacturers sometimes omit certain functions, making it difficult for us to guess whether or not a specific cell phone has a specific function. If you see an error in this description, please let us know as soon as possible.