The History of Personal Computing

The History of Personal Computing podcast is your biweekly virtual guide in both audio and on the web to the history and development of arguably the single most important technological advancement of the last forty years - the personal computer. But, just what is a personal computer these days, well, that’s just it, it continues to evolve. We’ll be going over the significant devices one by one.

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Episode 58 – Apple iPhone


On today’s show, we’re looking at the smartphone that changed everything, the iPhone. Its influence went on to define all smartphones, as well as the third tier. This is the podcast where we take an informal look at personal computing history through the lens of eBay auctions. It’s sort of like Antiques Roadshow, but all about antique personal computers.

Links mentioned in this episode:

  • Not Another Apple Podcast
  • iPhone Introduction
  • Song A Day #561: The iPhone Antenna Song
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPhone

Auctions:

  • Jeff’s auction:  Apple iPhone 1st Generation – 8GB – Black Smartphone
  • David’s auction: Apple iPhone 3G Black 8GB Factory Unlocked w / accessories & box A1241
  • Jeff’s auction: Apple iPhone 1st Generation – 8GB – Black BOX ONLY
  • David’s auction: Apple iPhone 3GS 8GB Factory Unlocked Smartphone AT&T,T mobile (GOOD CONDITION)
  • Jeff’s auction: Apple iPhone 1st Generation – 8GB – Black #41( Collectible) Unlocked
  • David’s auction: “nib iphone 2g” on eBay
  • Jeff’s random auction: 2 Apple iPhones – 1st Generation – 8GB – Black (AT&T) Smartphone 2G iPhone
  • David’s random auction: iPhone 1st Generation Prototype Software iOS 1.0 8GB
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 2017-02-17  1h6m