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Apple is tracking iPhones stolen from its stores

The company is actively disabling the iPhones that are stolen from the displays of its retail stores, leaving them inoperable.

Apple stores, which recently started reopening across the United States after months of closures due to the global pandemic, reported vandalism and theft at several locations, including in New York, Philadelphia and Washington, DC.
"Please return to Apple Walnut Street," read one message, referencing its Philadelphia location, posted to Twitter. "The device has been disabled and is being tracked. Local authorities will be alerted."
Apple (AAPL) declined to comment on matters of security.

However, the effort isn't specific to the ongoing protests. The company has long installed special software on its stores' iPhones to track the whereabouts of stolen items. This software does not come on purchased iPhones.

In a memo sent to employees on Sunday, Apple CEO Tim Cook called the killing of Floyd "senseless" and pledged to donate to human rights groups, including the Equal Justice Initiative.

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