Apparently, calibaration has a calibaration, Apple keeps a special meaning why they label the letter “i” on the iPhone. Apple founder SteveJobs has an interesting story about the philosophical meaning of the letter “i”. The letters “i” first erupted when Apple introduced its smart PC, the iMac in 1998.
Jobs said, the emergence of the letter “i” in iMac signifies an era in which the computer is a top priority for its users.
“Consumers want what they want with Apple computers, the internet, so we think the Internet is an important representation for our products,” Jobs said at the time.
Indeed, the initial letter “i” for the Internet to be a strong branding for Apple products. As time went on until the launch of the iPhone, Jobs decided to stick with Apple products by emblosing the letter “i”.
Since that time, the letter “i” began to be used not only for Apple products. Software made by Apple was also overhauled its naming, call it iTools, iMessage, and many more.