Apple has sent out letters to retailers in Crimea informing them that they should end shipments and sales of its products like the iPhone to that country, along with its services, on February 1.
This move comes a few days after Apple informed software developers in Crimea it was ending their agreements with them. Both the United States and the European Commission have established economic sanctions against Crimea that will prevent Apple and other companies from doing business in that market. TechCrunch received a copy of Apple's latest letter to retailers:
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