The iPhone didn’t just change the world, it changed Apple

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We've all seen the sales figures for the iPhone — hundreds of millions of devices selling with shocking regularity, leading to a total sales number north of one billion phones since its debut in 2007 — but the figures are so gaudy it's hard to even put it in perspective. A new report from the Wall Street Journal does a pretty stellar job of this by showing how the iPhone not only compares with other now iconic products from the Barbie doll to the Sony PlayStation, but also how Apple itself has evolved since the iPhone's launch.

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