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Ten Years of iPhone ➝

Cory Bohon:

The iPhone lit a fire for my career while still in high school, setting me up for a college degree in computer science and an awesome job at MartianCraft where I get to work with some of the biggest brands in the world to create apps for the platform that I love. I doubt that I would be in the same career and with the same passion for software that I have if it weren’t for that original iPhone.

So, on this 10th year anniversary, I just want to say “Thanks” to the people at Apple (past and present), my mentors along the way, and of course, to this special, magical device that will always hold a special meaning to me for changing my life forever.

There’s a part of me that wishes I would have dove into computer programming when the iPhone SDK shipped in 2008. But I was just too wrapped up in writing about this stuff to even consider doing so. I certainly don’t regret spending all this time writing, I’ve met a lot of great people and learned a ton along the way. But I bet the iPhone development wave would have been a fun one to ride.

Adamant, Content Blocking for iOS ➝

I was offered early access to Adamant before it went live in the App Store and I’ve been very happy with it. If you’re still looking for an alternative to Peace, I’d suggest giving Adamant a try.