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Apple’s iPhone 10th Anniversary: They Said It Would Fail

When I first wrote about the possibility of an Apple iPhone, almost a year before its unveiling, there was tremendous skepticism that Apple, the iPod company, could take on, much less succeed at, the enormous task of making a phone.
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