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Most Popular iPhone 2007 – 2020

In this video we’ll look at the global sales of all iPhone models in order to see how they performed in comparison to each other. I include unit sales from the first iPhone in 2007 to the latest, iPhone 11. The popularity is based on unit sales not on how units are currently in use. I also include some quick info for the first few models to keep you entertained.

2007 – iPhone
Introduced revolutionary interface

2008 – iPhone 3G
Introduced 3G & GPS

2009 – iPhone 3GS
Featured Autofocus & Compass

2010 – iPhone 4
Featured Retina Display & Selfie Camera

2011 – iPhone 4s
Dual Core CPU & Siri

2012 – iPhone 5
Introduced Lightning Connector

2013 – iPhone 5s
Featured Touch ID

2013 – iPhone 5c
Reskinned iPhone 5

2014 – iPhone 6/6 Plus
Featured OIS, NFC & VoLTE

2015 – iPhone 6s/6s Plus
Introduced 3D Touch

Which has been your favorite iPhone?

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Prepare Your Retirement Funds

After working hard for decades to make money, someone who enters the retirement period will want to enjoy life in peace. Surely you would be happy if you can still be financially independent. Therefore, thinking and preparing for your retirement funds is essential.

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