This week on "Sunday Morning" (June 25)

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The first Apple iPhone is displayed at Macworld in San Francisco on January 9, 2007. 

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Last Updated Jun 25, 2017 4:49 AM EDT

HOST: Jane Pauley 

        
COVER STORY:
It had us at "Hello": The iPhone turns 10 | Watch Video
In June 2007 Apple released the very first iPhone -- an iPod, phone and Internet connection all in one, operated via touchscreen and as futuristic-looking as a sci-fi gizmo.  The earliest iPhone didn't have all the features or apps it has today, but it was revolutionary nonetheless. 

David Pogue, tech critic for Yahoo Finance, who was one of the very first journalists to play with the iPhone before its release, reports on the history of the personal device that changed the world.

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ALMANAC: Jacques Cousteau | Watch Video
On June 25, 1997, the great ocean explorer and advocate died at the age of 87. Jane Pauley reports.

FROM THE ARCHIVE: Jacques Cousteau (Video)
French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau (1910-1997) was a trailblazer in exploring the oceans and bringing the wonders of the sea to audiences around the world through his documentaries and books. In this story originally broadcast on "Sunday Morning" on June 26, 1994, correspondent Terence Smith talks with Cousteau about his tireless efforts as an advocate for the health of the oceans and aquatic life, and his fight to protect Earth's most precious resource for future generations.

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A glassblower creates a work of Murano glass. CBS News

ART: Murano, a Mecca of glass | Watch Video
Glassmaking techniques were once a state secret in Venice, where, on the island of Murano, generations of glass makers have concocted exquisite works of art from a molten sand mixture. Today, the process may be common knowledge, but the craftsmanship and know-how of this Mecca of glass sets Murano an island apart. Seth Doane reports.

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Comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory, interviewed by correspondent Erin Moriarty. CBS News

COMEDY: Dick Gregory: Serious about humor | Watch Video
The standup comic used humor as part of his activism -- and taught his children by walking the walk as well as talking the talk. Erin Moriarty reports.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: When Dick Gregory's face appeared on the dollar bill
Dick Gregory recalls to Susan Spencer the time in 1968 when the comedian and activist - then running for president - passed out dollar bills that featured his face. He had a curious argument that kept the feds at bay.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Barack Obama's debt to Dick Gregory
Christian Gregory, son of Dick Gregory, explains to Susan Spencer how the comedian and activist, who ran for president in 1968, helped set a precedent for the first black man to actually become president of the United States.

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PASSAGE:
 Prince Harry on the royals' future | Watch Video
In an interview with Newsweek, the fifth in line to the British throne offered some intriguing insights into the younger generation of the House of Windsor. Jane Pauley reports.   

GALLERY: Prince Harry

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Amy Silverstein is now on her third heart.  CBS News

MEDICINE: Heart to heart | Watch Video
At age 24 Amy Silverstein developed a life-threatening condition and received a heart transplant. She survived with that heart, and wrote an acclaimed book, "Sick Girl," but 25 years later it, too, began to fail.

She is now on her third heart, and has written a moving new book, "My Glory Was I Had Such Friends," about how her family and friends' support kept her alive. Lee Cowan reports.

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HARTMAN: Helping tick off mom's bucket list (Video)
As a kid, Sian Pierre Regis said, he didn't really appreciate all that his mother, Rebecca, a single mom, had sacrificed for her kids. But when she lost her job as a housekeeper at a Boston hotel at age 75, Sian Pierre started showing his gratitude in the sweetest possible way: He took her bucket list, and together they started ticking off items one by one. Steve Hartman reports on the mother-and-son adventure of a lifetime.

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John McEnroe with correspondent Susan Spencer. CBS News

SUNDAY PROFILE: John McEnroe: Seriously | Watch Video
The tennis star whose temper tantrums on the court were as virtuosic as his athleticism talks about taking it to the line, always. Susan Spencer reports. 

BOOK EXCERPT: Read a selection from "But Seriously" by John McEnroe

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: John McEnroe on teaching young players
At the John McEnroe Tennis Academy, the former champion talks with Susan Spencer about the valuable advice he gives young tennis players - and how he himself was with accepting others' advice as a novice. 

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: John McEnroe and Andy Warhol
Touring the John McEnroe Gallery in New York City, tennis great (and modern art enthusiast) John McEnroe shows correspondent Susan Spencer one of his Andy Warhol artworks.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: John McEnroe and Patty Smyth
Tennis great John McEnroe (never a shrinking violet on the court) and his wife, rock singer Patty Smyth, talk with correspondent Susan Spencer about McEnroe's number one priority these days: to become a better person. He also explains his family's divergent opinion on how that's progressing.

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OPINION:
Why quality of life can bring equality | Watch Video
Singer, songwriter and LGBT activist Cyndi Lauper offers a life lesson.

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Paul McCartney and John Lennon, performing "All You Need Is Love," on "Our World," a live global television production that was broadcast in 25 countries on June 25, 1967. Apple Corps

MUSIC: The Beatles classic "All You Need Is Love" turns 50 (Video)
On June 25, 1967, The Beatles joined "Our World," a live global television production broadcast in 25 countries, to perform their new song, "All You Need Is Love." Jane Pauley looks back 50 years ago to the debut of a classic. 

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CALENDAR:
Week of June 26 | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.

       
NATURE:
Horseshoe crabs (Extended Video)
We leave you this Sunday Morning on the New Jersey shore of Delaware Bay, where horseshoe crabs make their home. Videographer: Jeff Reisly

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NATURE UP CLOSE:
 Feral animals
          

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