The 21st century has been an era of substantial technological improvements, but overall, we discovered that these improvements all had communications at their core.
Using wireless technologies that involved disruptive hardware and software has enabled the human race to contact vast numbers of individuals, having a profound effect on politics, business and culture. These advances have changed our lives entirely to a point where it is tough to imagine going back to what once was.
Bluetooth brought the notion of exchanging information in a compact wireless approach to the masses, creating personal area networks using mobile devices.
When you look inside this technology, it functions with short-wavelength UHF radio waves, and it was an innovation which came courtesy of Ericsson in 1994. While this was the point where the technology gained traction, it’s an evolution of the”short-link” radio technology which was initially initiated by Nils Rydbeck and Johan Ullman in 1989.
A product of the mighty Apple Inc, the first generation came on the 29th of June 2007, last year the world celebrated 12 years and 13 generations of the system that is now world-leading and among the best technological advances of the 21st century.
It’s had a significant impact on the 21st century with its multi-touch screen and virtual keyboard, setting trends throughout the smartphone business and beyond. While many changes are made throughout the growth of the iPhone, many iconic features have gone unchanged.