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Ten years ago this week, the iPhone went on sale. Only four people outside of Apple already had iPhones: Steven Levy, then of Newsweek; Ed Baig, of USA Today; Walt Mossberg, then of The Wall Street Journal; and me, then of The New York Time
Doctors say abundant health data gathered by phones produces better, more timely studies.
Apple Inc. will still sell an iPhone, but expect the device to morph into a suite of apps and services, enhanced with AI and AR, part of a ‘body area network’ of devices, batteries and sensors.