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iPhone 1.0, R.I.P.: 2007-2008

Paul Miller, @futurepaul
June 9, 2008
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If you hadn't heard, Apple stopped producing the original iPhone at around the 6 million mark, clearing out stock worldwide and paving the way for the iPhone 3G to take the stage and carry the banner without the baggage of an older sibling cluttering up store shelves. This old EDGE unit was slow, GPS-less, closed to developers and way overpriced, but we still loved it dearly... but seriously folks, one slightly-used iPhone going cheap: $199 OBO.

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