The Apple iPhone is, without a doubt, one of the most remarkable tech success stories of all time. The biggest names in the industry scoffed at the handset when it was first unveiled in 2007, but there's been no stopping the Apple juggernaut since then.
Over half a billion iPhones have now been sold, with a record 74.5 million sales taking place in the last quarter of 2014. As CEO Tim Cook proudly declared, that's "34,000 iPhones sold per hour, 24 hours a day, every day of the quarter."
The numbers are simply mind-boggling, but they paint an accurate picture, as no matter where you go, you can't help but notice that almost everyone seems to be using an iPhone. Young, old, rich, poor... it doesn't seem to matter, iPhones are everywhere.
However, there are still millions of consumers left for Apple to conquer, so for those of you who haven't yet bought into the craze, we want to know: why don't you own an iPhone? Let us know in the comments section below.
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