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Unhappy with customer service, angry woman in HK Apple store smashes iPhones, MacBooks

An Apple employee’s attempts to stop her failed when the enraged customer yelled back “don’t touch me”.

18/6/2021 12:00:00 PM

An Apple employee’s attempts to stop her failed when the enraged customer yelled back “don’t touch me”.

KUALA LUMPUR, June 18 — A woman who was not happy with the customer service at an Apple store in Hong Kong let out her frustration by smashing display units of iPhones, iPads and MacBooks. Apple...

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HK's Apple Daily says police arrest 5 directors in latest blow to tycoon Jimmy Lai

Apple Daily: the Hong Kong tabloid that dared to challenge ChinaOver the past 26 years Hong Kong 's Apple Daily newspaper has evolved into the city's most popular tabloid by punching up against a particularly powerful entity that brooks little criticism: China's communist leadership.

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