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iPhones: Five things Apple introduced that other smartphone brands copied

From user interface elements of the iOS to taking away charging adaptor from the box, other smartphone brands have been playing catch up with Apple even when it means compromising on essentials

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Khalid Anzar New Delhi
Apple introduced the iPhone in 2007, a breakthrough in every sense. It was a music player, smartphone, and internet communicator rolled into one device. The American technology giant challenged the smartphone leaders of its time, such as Nokia and Sony Ericsson. It revolutionised the space with an all-screen device supported by multi-touch input. Since then, Apple has been disrupting the smartphone market with its innovative features and technologies.

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On several occasions, other smartphone brands have followed Apple's steps even when it means compromising on essentials. Here

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First Published: Sep 21 2022 | 1:16 PM IST

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