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Apple granted patent for original iPhone

Apple was awarded a design patent for its original iPhone on Tuesday. The patent is described simply as “The ornamental design of an electronic device, as shown and described.” Steve Jobs and Jony Ive are among those credited as inventors. As previously noted, Apple was also granted a key multi touch patent and a patent for reducing the size of system-on-chip architectures in its devices.

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