Blame the thieves who are looking for an easy way to turn a profit without working for it.
They steal all, and any phones or tablets I'm sure. Blaming Apple doesn't make sense.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
Does this mean that New Yorkers who own Android devices are safe and don't need to hide them or, rather, should deliberately and conspicuously display them so that potential thieves know that they don't have a second-hand fruit on the cover and thus are exempt from being purloined ? Or is this merely a new Apple marketing ploy, for which the mayor and/or his press secretary have been handsomely compensated ?...
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