Some of us knew it at the time, but others didn’t. When the late Steve Jobs , the world was soon about to undergo a seismic change. Sure, the iPhone wasn’t the first smartphone ever made, but with the touch screen and intuitive software and interface, it was a huge jump over what passed for a smartphone at the time. Faster than you might imagine, smartphones were everywhere.
Last September, introduced , the first iPhone series to support 5G. Which brings us back to the original iPhone which ran on AT&T’s slow as molasses EDGE network. With EDGE, iPhone users …