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The iPhone could have been very different

TUAW Wednesday, 11 January 2017
The iPhone could have been very differentApple's decision to give the iPhone a touchscreen was a bold and controversial one at the time. In an era where Blackberry was thriving with its keyboard phones, the idea of removing them entirely seemed baffling. History shows that Apple made the ri...
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