The funny thing is, the iPhone 2G didn’t even know how to “copy” and “paste” text. But why did it happen? This was decided to be told to Ken Kosienda, Apple’s former software engineer and designer who was involved in the creation of the smartphone.

According to the expert, the absence of such an important function is explained very simply – the Apple development team simply did not have time to implement it. It turned out to be quite complicated to implement, and for a very long time they could not get it to work correctly.

Recall that in 2009 the ability to “copy” and “paste” appeared in iPhone OS 3.0. The first smartphone based on this version was the iPhone 3GS.

Source: Ferra

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