Wednesday marks 15 years since the introduction of Apple’s first iPhone, a transformative moment in cellphone technology.
The device quickly became popular and Apple sold 1.4 million iPhones within the product’s first 90 days on the market.
In November 2007, NewsHour correspondent Spencer Michels reported on the new iPhone and increased competition between Apple, Google, Microsoft and others in the smartphone market.
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