All the rumors suggest that we are waiting for the launch of a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro that will be presented at the WWDC in June. But it's always interesting to look back to see how it all began, with the first tablet in history.
Sonny Dickson, known to be one of the people who has leaked the most real leaks, has shared some photographs of what appears to be the first functional prototype of the original iPad.
The first Apple iPad was introduced in 2010 and since then Apple has been improving the product year after year. Do you want to know what the first prototype was like?
This is the first functional iPad in history
The photographs that we will attach below show an iPad with the design of the original Apple tablet, that is, it has completely flat aluminum edges and a thickness much higher than the iPad of today. In addition, it also had bevels or frames much larger than its successors.
This prototype has some identification stickers showing that it is a real prototype of the Apple development team. In addition, two serial numbers are also shown indicating that it could be a 100% real prototype.
It is interesting to see what the first iPad prototype really was like. In fact, if you look closely at the images we have shared, it seems that the applications were slightly different from how they were after the arrival of the first iPad. It is also curious to see what applications Apple used to test the functionality of the device and its operating system, we even see a Star Wars application called "AT Comand".