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The first prototype of the iPhone was very different from the Apple device we know today, but when compared to any other team in the company on the block, has a resemblance to the iPad.
Resources received some images of the prototype computer developed in 2005 from a former employee of Google. In this you can see that the iPhone was designed for development purposes with USB ports, Ethernet and similar to having a PC.
It also highlights the large screen and almost two inches wide. “It looks great now, but at the time was impressive to see a version of OS X running on it,” said former employee who asked that his name not be disseminated.
The images of this prototype bind to other disseminated on the Internet and, mostly, were published following the legal dispute between Apple and Samsung.