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Don't look to stand on line at Apple Store for new iPhone, they won't let you

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Apple is offering interest-free monthly installments to buy the new iPhone12 for users of its Apple Card credit card.
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The new iPhone 12 and the iPhone12 Pro models are hitting the Apple Store shelves for the first time. The Pro Max model is still only available for preorder on Nov. 6. Cheddar's Michelle Castillo reports.

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