This is what Apple should tell you when you lose your iPhone
Joonas Kiminki
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One of the more valuable things middle school English teachers could teach is the value of being able to detect changes in voice and tone that might signal someone is trying to scam you. You can tell immediately that the text in the alert just isn’t Apple-like. “We recommend seeing” sticks out as being a very non-Apple construction, and should immediately give you pause. It turns out brands have identities in the way they communicate, and thieves are not great at stealing those.

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