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On launch, the iPhone was a brilliant (but flawed) device, but it’s major selling point was a touch interface. Interestingly enough, it inherited its touchscreen from the Mac, which still doesn’t have one. At an event honoring his accomplishments, former Apple employee (and Nest founder) Tony Fadell discussed how the Mac helped him and his team turn the original iPhone from an iPod with a dialer to the groundbreaking device it was: We started out by making an iPod phone. It was an iPod with a phone module inside it. It looked like an iPod, but it had a phone, and…

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