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Original iPhone keyboard designer shows off Apple's 'Wallaby' hardware prototypes

A new image shows a pair of early iPhone prototypes used during the creation of the device's software, allowing developers to build the revolutionary touchscreen keyboard that, back in 2007, was actually controversial.
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