UH OH: Looks Like The Pretty New iPhone Scratches Easily (AAPL)

UH OH: Looks Like The Pretty New iPhone Scratches Easily (AAPL)

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New Don't put your keys in the same pocket as your iPhone 5. Apple replaced the glass back of the iPhone 4/4s with a aluminum one for the iPhone 5, which goes on sale today. One reason Apple did this was that the glass was too easily shattered and scratched. But...
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