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Former Apple designer reveals what it was like to create apps for the first iPhone

25
Apr
2014

Francisco Tolmasky is a 29-year old app developer who recently launched an iOS game called Bonsai Slice that lets users swing the tablet to cut down virtual objects. However, he’ll be remembered for a far more ambitious project: designing the Safari mobile browser in the first iPhone. In an interview with The New York Times, the former Apple employee in charge of one of the most important features of the iPhone shared some of his stories about Apple, including several Steve Jobs anecdotes. Hired at age of 20 fresh out of the University of Southern California, Tolmasky was assigned to the iPhone software team, staring work at Apple in the first quarter of 2006. Tolmasky revealed that Steve Jobs was

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