Following on from the overwhelming success of iPhone (1st generation), iPhone 3G model launched in 2008. In terms of its design and internal components, it was by and large the same as its forerunner; however, it boasted some pretty important hard- and software upgrades, as well as some additional features.
These included 3G data speeds (the clue’s in the name), assisted GPS, iOS 2.0 and, of course, the App Store.
Most Advanced Feature
The App Store itself marks a highly momentous milestone for iPhone 3G, as it allowed users to install third-party apps on their device. Prior to this, Apple’s native apps were the only source of recreation and productivity.
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