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October 10, 2013

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Well, given Apple's close work with Nike and the fact that Nike has shoes with slots for their Nike+ system, it is only logical that at some point wearable tech will have mass market appeal (it's gaining ground big time). Having a patent on the mechanism that holds the card in your shoe in a way that does not allow water/gunk to get in seems to be a good position for Apple.

Heck, whether I use Nike+ or not, I'd buy a pair of Nike's that had an Apple card slot that I could track on my phone. It would be a lot less intrusive that a FuelBand or smart watch!

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