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ZDNet Innovation Weekly
April 20, 2018
iPhone terminator: Apple's Daisy teardown robot can rip your phone apart in 18 secs
Apple has a new robot that can recover about 1kg of gold and 7.5kg of silver from every 100,000 old iPhones.

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