In the waning days of September, just before the five-year anniversary of the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, a man in France walked into an Apple Store and began methodically smashing iPhones with a metal ball.
The casual destruction of the pricey devices — displayed as art, as Jobs, who died on Oct. 5, 2011, intended — into unrecognizable pieces of tech ephemera is a kind of metaphor for Apple's trajectory since his passing.
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