Steve Jobs Initially Hated the iPhone Idea

Steve Jobs with the iPhone at D5, image by David Geller

“It began because Steve hated this guy at Microsoft. That’s the actual origin of it,” said Forstall. “Any time Steve had any social interaction with this guy, he’d come back pissed off.”

It was the year 2005, and smartphones were all the rage.

Of course, they looked nothing like the ones we use today. Most of them weren’t that smart, and they looked somewhat like…

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