So that’s it. It’s actually a calculation so stupid it comes from a blog called Stupid Calculations. The first calculation is to know how big an iPhone would be by collecting all the iPhones sold so far. And even though they themselves think it’s stupid, it’s not the least bit funny. In addition, the calculation is accompanied by 3D simulations of New York.
The calculations we’ve made in Stupid Calculations are curious. The blog opened very recently and has already gained the attention of several blogs about Apple, because its first calculation has been the following one: form an iPhone with all the iPhones that have been sold since 2007 .
Apple has sold about 352 million iPhones to date, without the latest figures. If we take into account the screen size proportions of all the models, the monstrous monument would measure 1542 meters high and 867 meters wide . The interesting thing is that it is placed over the famous Central Park, which it would almost cover during a sunny afternoon in New York City.
It’s funny to think what would happen if you placed all the devices without respecting the proportions of the iPhone screen, one on top of the other, and see how far they would all go together. Of course, it would be a long way from one point to another . Thinking about the iPad, it would also be interesting how big the resulting monument is, knowing that the iPad was released in 2010 but is bigger.
Anyway, it’s a good way to show how many terminals Apple has sold so far. If you look at it, the structure is much bigger than any building ever built by man . However, although it is quite unlikely that a similar structure will be created, in a way Apple has already built it with its sales. The iPhone’s sales records so far have always increased.
Perhaps for this reason, it is time to dare the public again with something more than an internal renovation of its star product. We will know everything soon, as new products are coming and perhaps some totally revolutionary ones. We will soon be out of the woods with iOS . Let’s go for parts.