We Fix BCR
278 Holdenhurst Road


Simple and Economical

Mobile phone repairs always need doing at the wrong time. We have set up this site to provide Mobile Phone Repairs and services using differing quality of parts and different timescales. These factors give you great flexibility and enable cost-effective pricing

Express or Easy

We understand how vital a Mobile Phone can be for the user. Our Retail store carries out many repairs on a while-you-wait basis during the day. This site provides either a fast track repair at full price or a reduced price if you can leave the device with us for 24 hours

Trusted Service

We are a trusted Mobile Device repair centre in Bournemouth. We have been here for over 11 years. We have an excellent reputation on Google, and you can see this if you search for We Fix BCR. All repairs come with a warranty, and if you pay by PayPal, then Buyer Protection is included

The Evolution of the iPhone: A Look Back at Its Journey


The iPhone has become one of the most iconic and influential devices on the market since its release in 2007, with its design and features evolving. This blog post will explore the history of the iPhone, from its early beginnings to the modern day, covering its evolution in terms of technology, design, and functionality.

Part 1: The Early Years (2007-2010)

The original iPhone was released in 2007 and revolutionized the smartphone industry with its sleek design and revolutionary new features. It was the first mobile device to feature a touch screen, and it was also one of the first smartphones to have a multi-touch display, which allowed for intuitive gestures. The device was powered by a 412 MHz ARM11 processor with 128 MB of RAM. It also had a 2-megapixel camera on the back. The original iPhone ran on iOS 1, which had limited features but still set the foundation for the future.

In 2008, Apple released the iPhone 3G, which was much faster and had 3G data speeds. It was also the first iPhone to have GPS capabilities. The processor was upgraded to 620 MHz, and the RAM was increased to 256 MB. In 2009, the iPhone 3GS was released, which had an even faster processor, more RAM, and an improved camera.

Part 2: Advancements in Technology (2011-2016)

In 2010, Apple released the iPhone 4, a significant design departure from previous versions. It featured a sleek glass design and was the first iPhone to have a Retina display, which had a resolution of 960×640 pixels. The camera was also significantly improved, with a 5-megapixel sensor and the ability to record 720p HD video.

In 2011, the iPhone 4S was released, which had several new features, including Siri, a virtual assistant that could answer questions and perform tasks by voice command. It also had an improved camera with an 8-megapixel sensor and the ability to record 1080p HD video.

In 2012, Apple released the iPhone 5, which had a larger 4-inch display and was the first iPhone to support 4G LTE data speeds. It also had a faster processor and an improved camera.

In 2013, the iPhone 5S was released, with a fingerprint scanner built into the home button and a new processor twice as fast as the previous version. It also had an improved camera and support for slow-motion video.

Part 3: Modern Day (2017-present)

In 2017, Apple released the iPhone X, a significant design overhaul. It featured an edge-to-edge display with no home button and Face ID, a facial recognition system that replaced Touch ID. The iPhone X also had a new OLED display and a dual-lens camera with improved low-light performance.

In 2018, Apple released the iPhone XR, which had a similar design to the iPhone X but was more affordable and had a single-lens camera. It also had a new processor that was faster than previous versions.

In 2019, Apple released three new iPhone models: the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The iPhone 11 had a dual-lens camera and a new processor, while the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max had three lenses and a faster processor. All three models also had improved battery life.


Over the past 13 years, the iPhone has undergone significant changes and advancements, from its early beginnings to the modern-day models we see today. Despite these changes, the iPhone has remained one of the most popular mobile devices on the market, with millions of people using it daily. As technology continues to evolve, we can only imagine what the future holds for the iPhone and other smartphones.

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