A world of power: Apple’s iPhone is the most powerful mobile device ever.
But for a man named Naji Chishti, the iPhone is just one of the many things he does.
In this exclusive interview with MTV News, Chishtti talks about the power of the iPhone and why he wants to make it the most accessible phone ever.
“I started to learn how to program, and I had a very good idea about programming.
I could tell I was doing something different from most programmers.
But I didn’t want to be a programmer,” he tells MTV News.
“I wanted to be the most effective programmer.
So, I was very good at programming and learned to program in a way that was very different from other people.”
Chishti started to design and build a new smartphone called the Moto.
He was inspired by the iPhone to create his own phone and started to work with others to make their own phones.
He eventually created the Moto2 and Moto3 phones.
But he was still focused on his original phone project.
“My Moto2 phone was the most difficult phone for me.
The Moto2 was made by a Japanese company, and that phone was not made by an American company,” he says.
“So I wanted to make my own phone.
I wanted my own experience.
And I think my Moto2 had a lot of things wrong with it.
It was not a very powerful phone.
But it had a good battery life.
So it worked very well.”
Chichilin’s new Moto2 is the world leader in the smartphone industry, with over 500 million sold.
But Chishtis own phone still has its faults.
He has said that it is the phone of choice for terrorists, but the phone is not made to be used by anyone who isn’t an extremist.
“They don’t have any problems using the Moto 2 because it is made for extremists,” he said.
“It is not a good phone for ordinary people, it is a very big phone.”
Chižan is the founder of a company called Mobile Phone, which makes high-quality handsets for consumers.
The company sells smartphones that are the top selling in India, Brazil, and South Africa.
Chishchi was impressed with how mobile phones were growing in India.
“When I first started to talk about it with other people, they told me, ‘You can’t sell phones like this,'” he says, laughing.
“They said, ‘The average Indian is like a teenager.
It is not that easy to get a smartphone.’
But now, I think they are starting to understand that this is a big market.”