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Apple is removing those clunky security cables from the iPhones in its stores

Apple has been quietly removing security tethers that keep display iPhones from being stolen from its stores, which could make it a little easier for thieves to walk out with them in their pocket. Though apparently, Apple isn’t all that worried about it. The company’s redesigned flagship store in London is set to reopen this weekend, and when […]
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