Apple Donating to Support Relief Efforts Following Tornadoes in Several U.S. States

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Apple will be donating to support relief efforts on the ground following tornadoes and other severe weather across parts of the central and southern United States, according to a tweet shared by Apple CEO Tim Cook on Saturday.

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At least 30 tornadoes were reported between late Friday and early Saturday across six states, including Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, Mississippi, and Tennessee, according to CNN.

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