Forbes February 25, 2023
Sai Balasubramanian, M.D., J.D.

Undoubtedly, Apple has made its mark on the world. More than 2.2 billion iPhones have been sold to date, upending the entire smartphone market. The company not only created a world-class hardware and software product, but also introduced a cultural paradigm regarding mobile phones. Indeed, with the advent of the iPhone, society started viewing the cell phone as a part of the human body— to the point of experiencing a sense of disorientation and loss without the presence of a phone at all times.

The company has since expanded far beyond just the original iPhone and has created an entire ecosystem of applications and software. Specifically, Apple has made incredible strides in the realm of healthcare, especially with regards to...

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