iPhone. It's an iconic device that is often credited to the birth of the modern touch screen phone back in 2007. Apple's popular mobile has seen many incarnations over the years, with features coming and going – but can you remember all the features of the iPhone to have?
In a world where the iPhone player, iPhone XS and iPhone XR have redefined what people think of when the word "iPhone" is mentioned, it's easy to forget what the iPhone, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 5 and co are offered.
We have taken a trip down the memory road and racked our brains to remember the one-defining iPhone features that are no longer. Sure, we got some sentimental writing this, and a few tears were shorn, but this is also a celebration of how far we've come …
First appeared: 2007, iPhone OS 1
Last encountered: 2012, iOS 6
Sir Jony Ive the skeuomorphism iOS interface defined the early years of the iPhone, with literal icons for just about anything that gives a unique – and at times, a little confusing – aesthetic.
It quickly becomes a favorite among many Apple fans, and when Apple drastically revised the look of the interface with iOS 7 in 2013, it was upset by both media and fans.
But as with most changes in the tech world, the skeuomorphism was forgotten after a year or so, and the new look iOS was referred to as the iPhone norm.