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Apple takes aim at counterfeit accessories on Amazon

Apple is clamping down on counterfeit cables and chargers being sold on Amazon. The company this week filed a lawsuit against Mobile Star, claiming almost 90 percent of its accessories are fakes and pose a risk to users. Amazon is a great place to find iPhone and iPad accessories at nice prices, but you should […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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