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What I Learned Going to an Apple Store During the Pandemic

A lesson in temperature checks and data deletion

The Apple Store on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Photo:
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On Sunday, a man at the Apple Store pointed a temperature scanner at my forehead and pressed a button. It made me think of a tired grocer grabbing shrink-wrapped Tyson chicken from the conveyor belt and registering its bar…




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Damon Beres

Damon Beres

Co-Founder and Former Editor in Chief, OneZero at Medium

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