Apple has sold more than a billion iPhones since the first model was unveiled in 2007.
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Apple is set to unveil new iPhones, aiming to gain fresh momentum in the premium segment of a global smartphone market showing signs of fatigue.Speculation includes talk that Apple will introduce three new iPhone models, infusing some with features from a premium iPhone X that debuted last year with a $1,000 price tag.While the iPhone has made Apple the world's most valuable company, worth more than $1 trillion, it has slipped to third place among smartphone-makers as Chinese-based Huawei has grabbed the No. 2 spot.Apple has sold more than a billion iPhones since the first model was unveiled by late co-founder Steve Jobs in 2007 .While Apple watchers wait for the company to wow the world with a surprise such as augmented reality glasses or an Apple car that drives itself, the company has ramped up the amount of money it makes selling online services and digital content to the vast sea of iPhone users.
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