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Even Steve Jobs Didn’t Understand What the iPhone Truly Was

Summary: The phone is dead. The iPhone killed it. It’s hard to say when exactly the inflection point came. Was there was a single point in time that the devices in our pockets became computers first and phones as a distant second? Was it the original iPhone, released 10 years ago today? Perhaps it was the iPhone 3G, which added faster internet, or the iPhone 5, which supported LTE.
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