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After years of rumors and speculation, Apple officially announced the first-generation iPhone on January 9, 2007, and it was later released in the United States on June 29, 2007. Featuring quad-band GSM cellular connectivity with GPRS and EDGE support for data transfer. During the first press event, Steve Jobs wanted to show off the Maps function, and thus a prank call to Starbucks ensued. On a side note, did you know that development for this handset dated back to 2005, when Jobs conceived the idea of a device that users could directly interact with the display interface? That’s right, this was further developed upon over the next 2 years in complete secrecy, before being announced in Q1 2007. Read more for a selection of interesting images from the web.

15. Behold

This all wooden Captain America shield

14. Mind-Boggling

Sunrise over Mount Olympus Mars

13. Creative Engineering

A flashlight confiscated from a prison inmate

12. Oddity

Whale fossils found in Egypt

11. Forged

A nuclear reactor being made in a Forge.

10. Majestic

Sunrise at the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt.

9. Inside Look

Good news: Notre Dame's interior is mostly intact!


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7. Wooden

Jaydayupara, the largest avian sculpture in the world?

6. Cherry Blossoms

Shizuoka, Japan, Mt. Fuji in the background.

5. Mechs

I'm incredibly depressed so here's some Marvel Gundams

4. Tiny World

What a creativity is!

3. Geeky

So a buddy of mine got a few expensive wood working tools, quit his job and made these.

2. More Than Meets the Eye

Transformers Masterpiece MP-43 Beast Wars Megatron

1. Side-by-Side Comparison

MCU vs Marvel Comics


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