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Apple Makes It Easier for You to Steal an iPhone

Apple is gambling that its customers can be trusted not to steal iPhones from its retail stores. While most retailers are increasing security in order to deter thieves, Apple is actually decreasing security in order to improve the overall shopping experience. Which is a bold move. If you walk into your local Apple Store, you’ll notice everything is essentially nailed down.
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