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  • iPhone Prototypes

    Prototypes of Apple's iPhones appeared in court documents for its case against Samsung, which it says copied Apple's concepts for its own devices. The prototype above resembles one of the first iPhones marketed.
    Apple / Court Documents
  • iPhone Prototypes

    This early prototype bears a striking similarity to the design of some of the original iPods.
    Apple / Court Documents
  • iPhone Prototypes

    This prototype is pictured with the iOS Safari browser on its screen.
    Apple / Court Documents
  • iPhone Prototypes

    "We were confident that the phone we were developing was going to be distinct and beautiful," Jonny Ive, Apple's lead designer, said in a deposition in the case.
    Apple / Court Documents
  • iPhone Prototypes

    Not only did Apple's view of the hardware change, but so did its view of the software. Check out the change in app icons.
    Apple / Court Documents
  • iPhone Prototypes

    This model is marked n90, which was rumored in 2009 to be the code name of the iPhone 4.
    Apple / Court Documents
  • iPhone Prototypes

    "Steve Jobs and I had multiple conversations about the design of the first iPhone," Apple design chief Jonny Ive said during his deposition.
    Apple / Court Documents
  • iPhone Prototypes

    An iPhone prototype with eight sides. We can only imagine what Apple's marketing taglines might have been for this one.
    Apple / Court Documents
  • iPhone Prototypes

    Another iPhone mockup that looks very similar to the final design for the iPhone 4.
    Apple / Court Documents
  • iPhone Prototypes

    One of the CAD (computer-aided design) designs featured in Apple's court filings in its case against Samsung.
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