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Apple is just more than a month away from debuting the much-anticipated Apple Watch, and its retail stores are already cleaning house by getting rid of similar products from competitors, according to a report.

The tech giant is removing some fitness wristband trackers it already carries, like those from Jawbone and Nike, to make room for its first flagship wearable, as first reported by Re/code. This is a part of a greater effort to introduce the Apple Watch as a one-stop-shop wearable; users will be able to monitor their daily movements and track heart-rate, as well as check emails, make phone calls and use apps like Facebook and Instagram directly from the watch screen. Read more…

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