WASHINGTON, DC., (WUSA) -- Cut the birthday cake. Apple's iPhone turns five today. And the times have certainly changed.
Back then, Blackberry dominated the marketplace, and there were no Android phones.
The first iPhone set you back $600. But, the price quickly dropped down to $200 fo the touch screen mobile device.
Imagine this, a recent Gazelle.com survey found that 15 percent of participants say they would rather give up sex than part with their iPhone for the weekend. Go figure.