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We've reached peak smartphone. What is going to happen now?

Phones could hum along for years till a new technology arrives to capture our dollars

On Thursday, Apple reported its first-ever holiday quarter decline in unit sales of iPhones. It was just a dip, from 78.3 million to 77.3 million phones.


YOU don't really need a new smartphone. Sure, some of them squeeze more screen into a smaller form. The cameras keep getting better, if you look very close.

And you had to live under a rock to miss the hoopla for Apple's 10th-anniversary iPhone X or the Samsung Galaxy...

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