Today, people value the camera quality of their smartphone's almost most than all other features and with each and every new updated model, the camera gets a little bit clearer, better at low light performance, increased frame rates and sometimes an extra lens as well.
But when you rewind back to the first iPhone which was marked as a huge milestone in Apple's product history, you'd be surprised at what actually amazed people back in the day.
The first iPhone was released on the 29th of June 2007 and featured a rear camera that maxed out at 2 megapixels with a geotagging feature that was not GPS-based.
The video footage was nothing substantial either. Just as a reminder, have a look at the video at the bottom of this article to get insight into how the camera video footage of the first generation Apple iPhone looked like:
Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: iClassic on This Video Was Shot On The First Apple iPhone...