In 2007, Steve Jobs presented a cellphone that would completely change the world, the iPhone. At the time, Nokia dominated the market of mobile phones.
Consider this for a moment, in 2007, Nokia had 82% of the market cap of mobile phones. The next year, that number went down to 61%. And in 2020, Nokia had only 5% of the market cap.
That is because mobile phones evolved, and Nokia didn’t catch up. Can you remember phones before smartphones?
The young generation might have forgotten how phones looked back in the early 2000s. But this documentary serves as a reminder how much phones have evolved over the years.
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