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What does an iPhone have in common with a razor?

Apple's Services division, which sells iCloud upgrades and Apple Music subscriptions, is on a tear, for a simple reason, reports Jefferson Graham, The phones is set to run of out storage soon after its purchased, like a razor and razor blade.        
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