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Windows Mobile, Palm OS, Symbian, and even Black Berry were all established systems in 2007, with a wide and deep array of features.
Comparatively, the i Phone didn't support 3G, it didn't support multitasking, it didn't support 3rd party apps, you couldn't copy or paste text, you couldn't attach arbitrary files to emails, it didn't support MMS, it didn't support Exchange push email, it didn't have a customizable home screen, it didn't support tethering, it hid the filesystem from users, it didn't support editing Office documents, it didn't support voice dialing, and it was almost entirely locked down to hackers and developers.
i OS 7, the system currently powering Apple's mobile devices, offers an easy-to-understand smartphone operating system to new users, a powerful platform for app developers, and a relatively un-fragmented experience across multiple devices.
Anybody who has struggled with Palm's Hot Sync or Microsoft's Active Sync can appreciate that simple and reliable desktop syncing was hugely important.
It was also an example of Apple's ability to take complicated features that had given other companies and users headaches and simplify them to the point of invisibility.
Perhaps the most remarkable thing about i OS is how similar the OS as it exists today is to the OS as it existed 2007, yet the number and breadth of features that Apple has baked in since then is mind boggling.
Far from suffering from the "feature creep" that typically bogs down operating systems over time, i OS has managed to stay relatively snappy and is more internally consistent than anything else available today.