Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) recently celebrated its six-year anniversary of the iPhone. At Macworld 2007, Steve Jobs unveiled the smartphone that contained only one physical button. He stated, “Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything.” The statement turned out to be true, as the iPhone is the most popular electronic item in the United States this year.
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According to Statista, a leading statistics research company, the iPhone is the most sought after consumer electronic product in 2013. In a survey conducted in late 2012, the iPhone ranked first with 23.5 percent of consumers saying they were somewhat or very likely to buy the device this year. A smartphone with Google’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android came in second with 21.6 percent. In comparison, Desktop PCs, Android tablets and E-Readers ranked towards the bottom.