Why The First iPhone Didn’t Have Copy And Paste Feature? Ex-Apple Engineer Reveals

Apple is a brand in the field of science and technology which has made a  big name for the company this company has been developing many electronic and software digital gadgets for many years these days it is involved in developing a virtual reality extension program and this includes many aspects of reality-based but this advanced company is not the same 15 years behind, then it was a small firm which somehow launched the first iPhone in 2006 that the model was the talk of the town but it is having a huge fault that these days is seen as a silly mistake a, just continue reading below to know the mistake and how the company came over. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

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Apple phone series iPhone, this phone had a very long journey in the tech development process and it has been on the prime rank since it started a long journey, 15 years back and it first entered the market with the launch of its product iPhone 1, that was the most desired smartphone back then. and as the phone got good results and reviews and the market liked the product it binds the customers with its products providing facilities to the customers and established apple in a  position as a  tech giant which is leading in the market these days, and it also launched some other products which are also liked by the consumers.

But maybe you don’t know that the big tech giant made mistakes also as you may know or maybe not that,  why the first iPhone didn’t have a copy and paste command option in it.  as this is revealed recently by a former iPhone software engineer and designer, Ken Kocienda, the engg shared the facts with us, apple is a Caperton based, technology organization, did not come with a  copy and paste feature in its first iPhone Ken Kocienda join apply in 2001, as one of key engineer team in apple and working on the then iPhone projects, shared the information as said we run out of the time and busy.

Other features like a team are working on iPhone’s virtual keyboard and autocorrect system and couldn’t get the first iPhone ready by the launch time and the first iPhone was launched without this copy-paste feature after the launch they decided to work on copy-paste feature, and the team of engineers comes with a mindblowing idea of text loupe or the zoom in the text, that let the user know where exactly they are pointing text cursor but this problem is not solved even then as this classic magnifying glass as though the words are zoom in but the curser is not acting as per the command and ended up moving between the characters.

As it is responding very sensitive and can’t hold it at fix spot on the desired character so they had to develop new programming which will be a touch history log, that is a log in which the recently touched characters are stored for a temporary period that will make a limited character showing in the magnifying glass when we hols the touch at a spot, and make it easy to spot the place that helped the user keeping the cursor in position to where the user really aimed it to go.

This work is also explained as when the user removes the finger for a millisecond just after the last touch the screen that place will be the last cursor will stay at the spot and the glass will only zoom those words and copy and paste feature is finally introduced in this version of iPhone series of software version OS 3.0 in 2009. and in further iPhone launches, this feature is coming in pre-installed.


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