iPhone

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A highly interactive smartphone launched by Apple in 2007 which provides multiple functions as well as access to 200,000+ third-party 'apps', including medical utilities for CME/CPD, remote patient monitoring, Medscape, etc.
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AnandTech's report states, "Xcode 4.5 makes two major changes: it drops support for the ARMv6 ISA (used by the ARM11 core in the iPhone 2G and iPhone 3G), keeps support for ARMv7 (used by modern ARM cores) and it adds support for a new architecture target designed to support the new A6 SoC: armv7s."
I think you could do it off the equivalent of an iPhone 2G or greater."
Cell Phone was one of the first companies to repair cracked and broken iPhone 2G screens and LCD's.