Steve Jobs provided the explanation for the meaning of the ‘i’ in iPhones when he unveiled the iMac computer in 1998. When introducing this device, Steve Jobs stated that “I” stands for the internet. He continued by saying that we anticipate being motivated by this to create better products in the future.
On that occasion, he had stated, “We want to let people know that this computer has internet capability.” He did add, though, that ‘i’ stands for four additional terms in addition to the Internet. These words are unique, instructive, educational, and motivating.
We are a personal computer firm, according to Steve Jobs, and even while this gadget is for the Internet, it can also be used for learning and training. He continued by saying that we anticipate being motivated by this to create better products in the future.
In the future, Apple actually produced better products. He promised that the first iPhone will have access to the Internet when he unveiled it in 2007. But keep in mind that the ‘i’ prefix is not just used to access the Internet; it also serves to convince users that they are using a device made by Apple.