Alarm Clock - $9.99
Clocks, alarms, stopwatches. Your iPhone has it all -- including a snooze button.
iPod Nano - $129
Your iPhone has a built-in iPod.
VoSKY Touch Videophone for Skype - $249.99
Video calls used to seem futuristic (and expensive). Now everyone has FaceTime.
Canon PowerShot - $169
Who wants to carry around an extra device? Plus, it's way easier to upload those photos to Instagram if you don't.
Samsung A227 - $39.99
For all its functions, it's easy to forget that your iPhone also makes phone calls.
Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus - $79.99
The graphing calculator is officially obsolete.
Apple Remote - $19
Don't get up. You can control all your multimedia from the comfort of you couch with an iPhone.
Olympus Voice Recorder - $59.99
Digital voice recorders are expensive and now totally unnecessary, thanks to your iPhone.
Korg Chromatic Tuner - $19.99
For half the price, get the GuitarToolkit app and your instruments never have to be out of tune.
LED Flashlight - $6.29
It might not be the most powerful flashlight, but your iPhone can prove useful in case of emergency.
Nintendo DSi - $149.99
Who needs a Game Boy when you have Angry Birds and Words With Friends: Are you not entertained?
Kindle Wi-Fi - $79 (with Special Offers)
Reading books on the iPhone's smaller screen might not be as comfortable, but it sure is convenient.
Garmin nüvi 1350LMT - $118
A standalone GPS is probably the way to go for your car but if necessary, the iPhone proves a worthy stand-in.
Franklin Merriam Webster Advanced Dictionary - $34.50
Electronic dictionaries are officially obsolete.
Sony Portable DVD Player - $74.95
Big, clunkly and totally unnecessary. Portable DVD players have seen their best days.
Your iPhone is the ultimate mashup: a conglomeration of devices that could fill a small room and cost you over $1,200.