“Today is the [fifth] anniversary of the release of the original iPhone, and for Cult of Mac’s writers, it’s a particularly important birthday: not only does June 29th mark the anniversary of one of our most all-time beloved gadgets, but it’s also a day so momentous that it has rippled through every aspect of our professional lives as both Apple fans and writers,” John Brownlee reports for Cult of Mac.
“To mark the occasion, five of Cult of Mac’s writers got together to talk about where we were when the first iPhone came out, what it meant for us then and what it means for us now,” Brownlee reports.
Check out their stories, and tell Cult of Mac – and MacDailyNews (below)! – your stories – in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Note: Cult of Mac‘s article appeared on the iPhone’s fourth anniversary, but it works regardless of the year.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “David Martin” for the heads up.]
Apple’s revolutionary iPhone turns five: How it changed the world – June 27, 2012