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When using Apple Store's EasyPay isn't so easy

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The EasyPay feature of the Apple Store app lets customers buy many items without ever speaking to an Apple Store employee. But be careful when you use the app to ensure that your purchase goes through, or you might wind up in a world of trouble....
When using Apple Store's EasyPay isn't so easy

Apple Store employee rescues woman from alleged kidnapper

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An employee at an Apple Store in Louisville, Ky., helps a woman who was allegedly kidnapped by discreetly contacting police, as she and the purported kidnapper are in the store. [Read more]...
Apple Store employee rescues woman from alleged kidnapper

Apple Store employee doesn't have to be a genius to call the cops, rescues kidnap victim

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If you thought those recent Genius ads were hokey, perhaps consider how helpful Apple Store employees can be. This past Saturday night a woman in Louisville, KY was allegedly kidnapped by 32-year-old Victor A. Sarver, Jr. and forced at gunpoint to purchase numerous phones at her expense. Upon arriving at...
Apple Store employee doesn't have to be a genius to call the cops, rescues kidnap victim
Secrets From the Apple Store Employee Rule Book (Comic)

When Using Apple Store's EasyPay Isn't So Easy

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The EasyPay feature of the Apple Store app lets customers buy many items without ever speaking to an Apple Store employee. But be careful when you use the app to ensure that your purchase goes through, or you might wind up in a world of trouble....
When Using Apple Store's EasyPay Isn't So Easy

Apple admits to screwing up staffing levels

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One of the company's top retail executives says a new staffing system cut hours retail store employee hours and created layoffs fears, the Wall Street Journal reports. [Read more]...
Apple admits to screwing up staffing levels

You Can Also Spy On Someone’s iPhone If You Kidnap Them And Lock Them In Your Basement

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Yesterday, Gizmodo ran a story about a supposed bug in iOS, specifically related to iMessage. The title: The Apple Bug That Let Us Spy on a Total Stranger’s iPhone. Essentially, Gizmodo got ahold of an iPhone that was receiving iMessages not intended for that phone. The fact that some of these...
You Can Also Spy On Someone’s iPhone If You Kidnap Them And Lock Them In Your Basement
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