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Ford employees to use Apple’s iPhones


The second largest US automaker has announced it plans to switch from flip phones and BlackBerry smartphones to Apple’s iPhones for some of its worldwide employee base in the next couple of years. According to Sara Tatchio, a Ford spokeswoman, the company plans to get 3,300 workers to change from Blackberry phones to iPhones by 2015, with another 6,000 that used ...
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