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Relive the moment people realized the iPhone was going to change everything

They say hindsight is 20/20, but that’s not always true. Over time, people forget things no matter how important or monumental they were when they first happened. In same cases, this forgetfulness leads to history repeating itself. But in the case of big technological breakthroughs, forgetting is often a good thing. Why? Because when something is a breakthrough in consumer technology, over time it becomes second nature. It becomes ubiquitous and as years pass, we forget how revolutionary these changes were because they fade into the background as just another part of our daily lives. Since Monday was the tenth anniversary of the original iPhone’s unveiling, people across the internet have been reminiscing about the Macworld keynote that would change the smartphone industry forever. You can watch Steve Jobs’s entire keynote in our post from yesterday , but there was one moment in particular that we wanted to draw your attention to. From Svbtle founder Dustin Curtis’s blog : One of the most awe-inspiring moments of my life occurred on the morning of January 9th, 2007 as I was watching Steve Jobs introduce the original iPhone. The moment fundamentally changed the way I think about technology, and I still often think about

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