When Steve Jobs took to a stage at the Macworld trade show in California 16 years ago this week it changed the world.

“An iPod, a phone and internet communicator. An iPod, a phone ... are you getting it?” he said, whipping up his audience — mainly tech media and Apple enthusiasts — into a frenzy. After months of intense speculation and growing industry and consumer hype, Jobs unveiled the first iPhone...

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