Do you remember where you were when Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the very first iPhone? OK, for most people, it’s not a moment like the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the moon landing or the fall of the Berlin Wall. I remember it because I was doing the same thing I usually am when companies announce interesting things – watching the market. And the market really liked this announcement.

But I remember Apple and its iPhone because I sat back and thought: “Jobs has got something great there.” This smartphone was going to be everything we needed. It was sleek, powerful and easy to use. It had the “coolness” factor that Apple had established with the iPod years earlier. We’re facing another “Apple moment” with a company that has made some stunning technological innovations while still making them sleek, easy to use and cool.




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