10 years ago on 29 June 2007, the original iPhone was released to the public. Although that initial phone was not as functional as later iterations became, that initial model changed the entire smartphone industry as it had existed to that point. Seemingly overnight, smartphones required multi-touch, no hardware keyboards, and required the superior software capabilities that the iPhone introduced. 10 years later, the iPhone and its ilk has arguably replaced the personal computer as the primary computing device for most people in most situations. Steve and Ben review the 10 year anniversary of the iPhone, where it began, how far it has come, what it inspired, and how it changed an entire industry.

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