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LETTER OF THE MONTH

Apple products are life changing. I buy Apple products because I need them but also because I love them. Other brands can make similar devices to Apple but there is something special about the way Apple does its thing; you don’t need instructions, it is intuitive. Every year the products are that bit better, so of course you want them. I resisted buying the Apple Watch when

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