Apple dreamed about its first iPhone in 1983. Leaving that touch screen, this device was a landline and featured an all white color. It has an in-built screen control and also a stylus.
Influential designer, Hartmut Esslinger designed this iPhone for Apple who also helped in making Apple IIc computer and also the founder of Frogdesign.
The images of the first iPhone has been moving across the Internet for a while and recently has grabbed the interest of the public.
The 1983 iPhone is one among the prototypes that was buried by Apple in the past. There is another device that looks similar to the iPad.
Leaving the age of the phone, the concept is quite cool and it can be updated easily into the modern consumer electronics products simply by replacing the stylus screen with the interface of iPad.