When Apple announced his first original iPhone ten years ago, we all saw the device interface and icons that today we know well. But it was not always with this design – in the project the company had several teams working on different versions in an attempt to achieve the best possible operating system for the new device.

One of these options is an early version of the touchscreen-based operating system known with codename P2. Exactly she would later become the iOS. P1 is an alternative interface based around familiar from the iPod spinning wheel, which is a project of the “father” of the music player Tony Fadell.

The video shows the P1 and P2, running next to each other. P1 starts faster, but P2 has a familiar look, although quite basic in appearance. The video is interesting and really worth seeing this early versions, and perhaps make us think how far the development of iOS has reached the last ten years.

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