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10/05/2013 01:22 pm ET Updated Dec 05, 2013

'Remarkably, Jobs Had To Be Talked Into Having Apple Build A Phone At All'

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Grignon knew the iPhone unveiling was not an ordinary product announcement, but no one could have anticipated what a seminal moment it would become. In the span of seven years, the iPhone and its iPad progeny have become among the most important innovations in Silicon Valley's history.

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