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Apple adds theft protection to iPhone

  • Apple looking to deter thieves from stealing iPhones
  • Find out how your device can be better protected
  • Clark Howard explains the company's newest technology

Thieves are stealing mobile devices left and right, so Apple is developing a software to help prevent them from getting access to your confidential information.

It will be a part of Apple's iOS7 mobile operating system that's scheduled for release this fall. HLN's Money Expert Clark Howard explains the new "kill switch" feature.

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