A new video of what seems to be the current Apple WALT phone of 1993, appeared on the Internet, demonstrating Apple's unsuccessful attempt on its first phone. The video, published by Apple's sons Dreamy Dixon, demonstrates handwriting pattern recognition, an address book, and some fairly long download times.
WALT was standing by the phone of Wizzy Active Lifestyle and was a desktop phone, announced by Apple in 1993, which included the elements of Mac and Newton. It was a very ambitious device. Apple hoped that it would be able to make phone calls, send faxes, make handwritten notes, and even have access to online banking services.
WALT never meant the public. Only a small number of prototypes have ever been produced (including one that sold for $ 8,000 at auction in 201
His first attempt on the phone may be unsuccessful, but in almost ten and a half years the original iPhone will be the most important product Apple has ever produced. It may not look so much today, but WALT was one of Apple's first steps in this direction.