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12-inch MacBook could steal Apple Watch's thunder; 20 of the most innovative, connected cities

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How Apple's 12-inch MacBook could steal Apple Watch's thunder

Once you start adding new bands to the Apple Watch the cost can rise enough to opt for a new MacBook, which is more refined, just as fashionable and features strong design.

Photos: 20 of the world's most connected, innovative cities

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