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The history of i Phone began with a request from Apple Inc.CEO Steve Jobs to the company's engineers, asking them to investigate the use of touchscreen devices and tablet computers (which later came to fruition with the i Pad).On June 28, 2007, during an address to Apple employees, Steve Jobs announced that all full-time Apple employees and those part-time employees who had been with the company for at least one year would receive a free i Phone.

In April 2003, at the "All Things Digital" executive conference, Jobs expressed his belief that tablet PCs and traditional PDAs were not good choices as high-demand markets for Apple to enter, despite receiving many requests for Apple to create another PDA.

He believed that cell phones were going to become important devices for portable information access, and that mobile phones needed to have excellent synchronization software.

Apple retained control of the design, manufacturing and marketing of the i Phone. Apple Inc., the plaintiffs said that Apple failed to disclose to purchasers its five-year agreement with AT&T when they bought i Phones with a two-year contract and cited the Sherman Act's prohibition of monopolies.

The second case was filed in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.

The plaintiff, Paul Holman, filed a complaint against Apple and AT&T Mobility that he could not switch carriers or change SIM cards without losing i Phone improvements to which he was entitled.

Holman also cited a Sherman Act violation by the defendants.

Initially priced at US 9 and US 9 for the 4GB models and 8GB models respectively, the i Phone went on sale on June 29, 2007.

Apple closed its stores at pm local time to prepare for the pm i Phone launch, while hundreds of customers lined up at stores nationwide.

AT&T changed these restrictions in late January 2008.

The Associated Press also reported in 2007 that some users were unable to activate their phones because, according to AT&T, "[a] high volume of activation requests [was] taxing the company's computer servers." As part of their quarterly earnings announcement, AT&T reported that 146,000 i Phones were activated in the first weekend.

However, it was widely reported that some who bought between the June 29, 2007 launch and the August 22, 2007 price protection kick-in date complained that this was a larger-than-normal price drop for such a relatively short period and accused Apple of unfair pricing.

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