Daisuke Wakabayashi has an interesting interview with Apple’s Greg Christie. Christie was the software team for the original iPhone. The interview touches some early development and bringing the product to market in a 2.5 year process.
The Wall Street Journal:
Almost seven years into the life of the iPhone, Mr. Christie said one moment stands out. A few days before Mr. Jobs's keynote, Mr. Christie entered the auditorium through a side door using two separate security badges, then pulled back a thick curtain. He saw a giant image of the iPhone's home screen projected onto the screen in the dark room. At that moment, he said, he realized how big the phone would be.
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