Have you ever wondered what the 'i' in iPhone stands for? Most people probably think it refers to internet, but it could also mean other things. Inspire, inform, instruct, etc. So many more! But what does it actually mean?
Steve Jobs said that the “number one use that the consumers say they want to use the computer for” was to access the internet. That was how “i” came to refer to the internet.
But that was not what it means for Apple's "i."
In his presentation, Jobs said that "i" included, internet, individual, instruct, inform and inspire. Jobs said:
“‘I’ also means some other things to us. We are a personal-computer company, and although this product is born to network, it also is a beautiful standalone product. We are targeting it also for education. They want to buy these. And it is perfect for most of the things they do in instruction.”
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