iPhone time machine: Take a look at this revolutionary evolution

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Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone 10 years ago, revolutionizing our world. (WLS)

Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone 10 years ago, revolutionizing our world.

The device has continually changed from one model to another; it can be hard to keep track. So here's a recap of how we got from the original iPhone to 2017's newest iPhone X.

Apple announced the iPhone in 2007, marketing it at $587.04 in today's money.

2008 brought the iPhone 3G at a fraction of the price: $224.6 in today's money.

The iPhone 3GS gave users an even faster experience while keeping to a lower price point.

Next came the iPhone 4 in 2010, again making huge leaps with the introduction of FaceTime video calling.

2011: iPhone 4S comes along.

Then 2012's iPhone 5 stretched the device, getting thinner too.

Multiple color options have come to market along the way, including bright choices with the iPhone 5C. This 2013 model was meant to provide a cheaper iPhone option, coming in at $103.50 of today's money in comparison to the $208.04 an iPhone 5S would have cost.

2014 brought the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, a dual announcement replicated in 2016 with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus (the iPhone 6S came in 2015, with prices spiking up to a minimum $668.69 in today's terms). 2016 also gave birth to a newer small-scale iPhone: the iPhone SE.

Then this Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the latest iterations of this ubiquitous device: the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X.

All three feature wireless charging. The iPhone X boasts a bigger screen with no home button and now uses "Face ID" to unlock the phone and perform authentication functions. This latest Apple product will cost you at least $999.
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