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The iPhone mega review: Every iPhone Apple has ever made, reviewed and rated by the Macworld staff

Every year, there are certain events on the calendar we Macworld editors can count on, and one of those events is the release of a new iPhone. It’s during this period when reviewers devote most (if not all) of their time to Apple’s new phone. After all, you want to invest wisely, and we take the job of properly evaluating each new iPhone very, very seriously. Looking back at the past ten years of reviews, it’s interesting to see not only how technology has evolved over time, but how users have adapted to the technology.
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