“You have an iPhone?! Can I see it? Does it have Doodle Jump/Angry Birds?” Even after all of these years, people can still act like another person’s iPhone is the coolest thing ever and that they have not seen a computer in ten years. If somebody wants to check Facebook
When the iPhone was first unveiled, few had ever seen anything like it before, but it's origins didn't start with Apple. The technology behind the multitouch screen we all know and love started when Wayne Westerman and John Elias started a company called Fingerworks in 1998. In an article by the University of Delaware, Westerman gives some insight into the birth of their multi-touch interfaces.