Apple ‘worried constantly’ over iPhone

If you think the mighty boffins behind the iPhone (pictured) fear nothing, think again. The tech geniuses that came up with the sexy, touchscreen disp

If you think the mighty boffins behind the iPhone (pictured) fear nothing, think again. The tech geniuses that came up with the sexy, touchscreen display ‘worried constantly’ that their revolutionary concept just wouldn’t work.Apple boss Steve Jobs revealed the sliver of doubt in a rare interview. Speaking to the New York Times, Jobsy talked-up Apple’s successes. He also revealed the doubts over the leap from the proprietary scrollwheel to touchscreen.‘We all had that Garry Trudeau cartoon that poked fun at the [Apple] Newton in the back of our minds,’ he bleated, referring to an old Apple toy from the mid-nineties that recognised handwriting.Luckily for Jobsy, it turns out that the new touchscreen interface is as popular as toilet breaks during Fashion Week.EssentialsApple iPhone, iPod TouchPrice: £270 + contract, from £200On sale: 9 Nov, NowContact: AppleRelated stories:Reviews: Apple iPhone 8GBApple reveals UK iPhone release dateStuff’s comprehensive guide to the iPhone