What the iPhone wrought

To celebrate the device's fifth birthday, John Gruber puts his finger on what it disrupted

FORTUNE -- Clay Christensen, the father of disruption theory, was famously wrong about Apple's (AAPL) iPhone, telling an interviewer five years ago that the probability of its success was "limited."

"Being a low-end guy," Larissa MacFarquhar wrote in the New Yorker last month, "Christiansen...

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