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New iPhone Plug Spells Inconvenience For Users, Change For Accessory Makers

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Tim Cook of Apple announces that Verizon Wireless will carry the iPhone in January 2011. Apple is expected to unveil its latest iPhone on Wednesday. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Apple's Change Of Heart On Green Certification

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Customers talk with Apple employees, in blue, inside a San Francisco Apple store on Friday, the first day of the launch of the new iPad. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Paying Dividend Gives More Investors A Bite Of Apple

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A group of protesters demonstrate outside Foxconn's annual meeting in Hong Kong last year. Working conditions at the company's plants have brought criticism on Apple. Mike Clarke/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Audits Are Under Way At Apple Supplier Foxconn's Plants

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