The iPhone is celebrating its 10th birthday and it’s growing up fast. Ten years ago this week Steve Jobs stepped on stage and debuted a revolutionary new idea. A device he said was the perfect marriage of three products; a mobile phone, a widescreen iPod with touch controls and a web browser. Since the unveiling the iPhone has grown into the recently released iPhone 7 Plus, has millions of apps and has changed the way the world communicates. So as it approaches the terrible teenage years, where will Apple and the iPhone go from here? According to CNET there are a few things we should expect in the next few years. For example, simplicity. The company should make it easier to store things such as music and photos without having to worry about a cloud. And it should cut down on the number of sizes and colors it comes out with. CNET says it could also go totally port free, be nothing but screen and have an upgraded and more helpful version of Siri. Looks like every year will be a birthday we can all celebrate.