後來看到了這篇文章：The Untold Story: How the iPhone Blew Up the Wireless Industry。讀完這篇文章之後，發現… 原來光鮮亮麗的背後才是真正有價值的地方！
The demo was not going well.
It was a late morning in the fall of 2006. Almost a year earlier, Steve Jobs had tasked about 200 of Apple’s top engineers with creating the iPhone. Yet here, in Apple’s boardroom, it was clear that the prototype was still a disaster. It wasn’t just buggy, it flat-out didn’t work. The phone dropped calls constantly, the battery stopped charging before it was full, data and applications routinely became corrupted and unusable. The list of problems seemed endless. At the end of the demo, Jobs fixed the dozen or so people in the room with a level stare and said, “We don’t have a product yet.”
— cited from WIRED MAGAZINE: ISSUE 16.02 —