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Back in 2007 just before the iPhone made its debut, smartphones were still mostly used by mobile enthusiasts and the enterprise. Flip phones like the Motorola RAZR were still hot among consumers. After the iPhone launched, however, consumers started to see the benefits to being always connected, and the smartphone market took off and form to what it is now. Today, in developed markets, it’s rare to see someone using a phone that isn’t a smart device.