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Recode is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Apple’s introduction of the iPhone.

The company, which pioneered the device, launched the iPhone in 2007.

Today, Apple is the world’s largest technology company.

Its products include Apple Watch, the iPhone, and a host of other products.

The iPhone is the fastest-selling smartphone in history, according to market research firm IDC, with more than 8.5 million units sold since its launch in 2007 — the same year it was introduced.

Apple’s share of the smartphone market has risen from 3.2% in 2007 to nearly 8% today.

Today’s event is a chance to celebrate 10 years of Apple.

Recode has curated a list of some of the most important moments in Apple history, including the iPhone’s launch, the launch of the iPad, the release of the Mac, and the creation of Apple Music.

Here are some of our favorites.

Apple iPhone Apple Watch Apple Music Apple Music will launch as a free download on Thursday, March 18.

The service will offer users the ability to play any song, album, or playlists in the Apple Music catalog on any iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, or Mac Pro.

Spotify, Apple’s streaming music service, has already launched in the U.S. and Canada.

Apple Music is designed to be “as seamless as possible” between users, according a blog post.

The app will be available in the United States and Canada on March 18, 2019.

Apple Watch Watch The Apple Watch will be officially unveiled on Tuesday, March 25.

The watch will be a version of the Apple Watch that includes a microphone, a motion sensor, a heart rate sensor, and more.

The Watch will cost $329 and be available worldwide starting April 3, 2019, according the Apple Blog.

Apple TV Apple TV will debut on March 27.

Apple is launching the Apple TV 4K set-top box on March 28.

Apple plans to offer the device at an initial price of $79.99 for a model with 8GB of storage.

The device will be released in November 2019 and be compatible with Apple TV.

Spotify Apple will release a free app for Apple TV that will allow users to stream music to the device.

Apple also plans to release an iOS app for the Apple television that will offer similar features to Spotify.

Apple has previously released a Spotify-based app for iOS that allowed users to listen to music on the iPhone and other Apple devices.

The Apple TV app for Android devices was introduced in late 2018.