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This one chart shows the iPhone's devastating effect on the consumer electronics market

It's hard to imagine life without a smartphone, but it's only been 10 years since Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPhone and kicked off the smartphone boom. Before that, buying a GPS system for your car or a new camcorder to use on vacation was totally normal. But as time went on smartphones grew to include the same devices people once went to RadioShack for, and p aying for and keeping track of cameras, iPods, and portable navigation systems became more of a hassle than a luxury.
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