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The iPhone wouldn’t have been white.

Regardless of how iconic Apple’s sleek white-colored computer and mobile gadgets are today, Jobs originally wanted to avoid ever using the color.

After the release of the multicolored iMacs of the early 2000s, the Apple boss was convinced by now design head Jony Ive to move in a different direction and use an elegant “moon gray” on some products that followed — this according to a book released last year about Sir Jony.

10 Things That Would Be Totally Different if Steve Jobs Really Had His Way

Daniel Bean
Assistant Editor
Yahoo Tech

The late Steve Jobs has been credited with changing virtually every industry he touched, from computing and communications to education and entertainment. The more than 800 million iPods, iPhones, iPads, and Macs that Apple has sold in the past two decades is ample proof of that.

But a lot of Jobs’ ideas never made it to market or were changed significantly along the way — and that’s probably a good thing. If you believe the recent slew of stories outlining the late CEO’s quirkier ideas, most of them thwarted, our world might have been radically different. Here’s how a pure, unadulterated “World by Steve” might have looked.