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Remains of the Day: Bolt from the blue

Apple may be about to strike down the current Thunderbolt display, the front of the Apple Store makes a better window than garage door, and Apple's lawyer is hitting the slopes. The remainders for Monday, January 14, 2013 are crashing, hard.

Apple Thunderbolt Display inventory dwindles, may hint at upcoming redesign (AppleInsider)

Is Apple's Thunderbolt Display heading for a revamp? Inventories of the external monitor are apparently low, suggesting that Cupertino might be ready to revamp it, perhaps with a MagSafe 2 connector (instead of the adapter models currently ship with). It's probably too early to hope for a Retina upgrade because I don't think there are that many pixels in the world.

Car smashes into Lincoln Park Apple Store, no one seriously injured (update: photos) (The Verge)

Nobody was seriously hurt when a car apparently plowed into the front of the Lincoln Park Apple Store in Chicago this weekend. But I guess that's one crash the Geniuses won't be able to help you fix. Hey-o.

Bruce Sewell, General Counsel of Apple, Named to Vail Resorts Board of Directors (CNBC)

Commence Apple ski rumors in three ... two ... one ...

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