Steve Jobs’ Daughter Suggests New iPhone 14 Is Same as Older Version

Steve Jobs’ daughter Eve Jobs revealed she wasn’t impressed at all with the brand new iPhone 14…

Simply put, they wanted the device to be user-friendly.

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Jobs and Wozniak began designing Apple’s first product, called the Apple I.

The Apple I didn’t come with a screen…

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It was made of wood and had only one keyboard.

Jobs and Wozniak did a much better job with the Apple II, which revolutionized the computing industry forever.

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They introduced color graphics that took sales from $7.8 million in 1978 to a whopping $117 million in 1980.

Wozniak left the company in 1983 due to waning interest in the day-to-day running of Apple Computers.

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After Wozniak decided to leave Apple, Jobs hired John Sculley as the company’s president.

It wasn’t a smart move by Jobs as it backfired after much controversy with Sculley.

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Jobs then left the company he founded in 1985.

He went on to do new things.

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He started his own company, known as Next, and he founded Pixar, which became a huge hit in the ’90s with the release of toy story.

But that didn’t mean Apple fell apart because Jobs left.

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Apple did very well in terms of sales during the 80s and 90s.

However, those plans were all jobs before he left the company.

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It was in 1985 that Sculley turned down a major appeal from Bill Gates to license the software.

Remember Apple and Microsoft were the two competitors.

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Sculley made the decision to dismiss the appeal later, as Microsoft, whose Windows operating system featured a graphical user interface similar to Apple’s, became their toughest competitor in the late 1980s and 1990s

Over the years, Apple slowly died and sales fell.

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It was around 1996 when the company was at its peak, and people believed Apple was doomed.

By 1997, Apple desperately needed an operating system.

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Sculley likely banged his head against the wall after denying Gates’ appeal.

So how did you resolve the situation?

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Apple decided to ask an old friend for help.

bought an apple Next Software.

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Jobs then returned to Apple as interim CEO. He was not officially a CEO until 2000.

Returning to the company he once founded, Jobs decided to give the company a little makeover.

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He allied with Microsoft and created a Mac version of their popular software.

It wasn’t long after the decision was made that the company’s sales skyrocketed.

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Jobs redesigned computers and introduced the iBook (a personal laptop), followed by the iPod, an MP3 player that became the market leader.

In 2007 the world’s first iPhone was introduced.

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It became one of the best-selling products the company has ever sold.

The iPhone got rid of all those buttons you saw in a Blackberry or a Nokia and replaced it with a huge (3.5 inch) screen.

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After its huge success, the company decided to build on the product and try to make it bigger and better in every way (literally bigger and better).

3 years after the release of the first iPhone…

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The iPhone 4 was introduced.

The iPhone 4 had a screen size of 3.5 inches.

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It had the Apple A4 chip inside that could hold 512MB of RAM and 720 pixels.

The iPhone 4 weighed around 137 grams, slightly heavier than the original which weighed 133 grams.

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The iPhone 4 was the first iPhone with Siri.

But then came the iPhone 5…

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The iPhone 5 first introduced Finger ID, which was a big selling point for Apple.

It had a screen diagonal of 4 inches.

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It could hold 64GB of storage space.

It weighed 112 grams, making it lighter than the iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.

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It also had an 8 megapixel camera.

The iPhone 6 came out in 2014…

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The iPhone 6 had similar features to the iPhone 5 where you had Finger ID.

It had a screen diagonal of 5.5 inches.

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It could store up to 128GB, which is a big jump from the previous iPhone where you could only store up to 64GB.

The iPhone 6 weighed around 129 grams.

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And had an 8 megapixel camera.

Then came the iPhone 7…

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The iPhone 7 had a screen size of 4.7 inches.

The iPhone 7 has also been upgraded in terms of storage where you could store a whopping 256GB of storage space.

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It weighed around 138 grams and had a 12 megapixel camera.

Next came the iPhone 8…

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The iPhone 8 had a screen size of 4.7 inches.

It could hold up to 256GB of storage space.

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It weighed 148 grams and had a 12-megapixel camera.

Then came the iPhone X…

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The iPhone X first introduced a brand new feature that allowed you to unlock your phone using face recognition.

The iPhone X was the first iPhone to introduce the Max model.

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The standard iPhone X had a 5.85-inch screen size, while the iPhone XS had a 6.46-inch screen size.

It could hold up to 256GB of storage space.

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It weighed 174 grams and had a 12-megapixel camera.

Not long after that came the iPhone 11…

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The iPhone 11 has a screen size of 6.06 inches.

It could hold up to 256GB of storage space.

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It weighed 194 grams and had a 12-megapixel camera.

What next? You guessed it – the iPhone 12…

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The iPhone 12 has a 6.7-inch screen size, which is the largest screen size the iPhone has had to date.

Depending on the model, a maximum of 512 GB can be stored.

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It weighed 135 grams and had a 12-megapixel camera.

Last year the iPhone 13 was released…

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Depending on the model, the iPhone 13 has a screen diagonal of 6.7 inches.

It could hold up to a massive 1TB of storage.

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It weighed around 174 grams and had a 12 megapixel camera.

If you look at the specs of all iPhones…

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Most of them are somewhat similar.

That’s why Jobs’ daughter, Eve Jobs, has put the new iPhone 14 under the microscope.

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Eve responded to Apple’s announcement of the new iPhone 14 by posting a popular meme, but adding her own shading.

The meme implies that people upgrading from iPhone 13 to iPhone 14 will not get anything different than before.

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And it looks like Eve isn’t alone in her opinion…

As many have pointed out, the specs are the same between the iPhone 13 and 14, including screen size, refresh rate, storage, CPU and cameras.

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What do you think?