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All The iPhones In One GIF

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The iPhone 6 is loose and out into the wild now, with a reported 10 million orders of the normal and plus versions during the opening weekend, outstripping the previous 5s and 5c launch by a full million. That's not bad really is it?

So it's a good time to stop and look at how far the device has come, which you can do in around two seconds courtesy of this excellent gif, created by Gadget Love.

It's all very sleek and lovely but, let's face it, it will still never beat the majesty of the Nokia 3210 and that's a stone cold fact.

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