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Smile wiped from iMac users

Internet bank Smile is whipping the happy look from Apple Macintosh users trying to log on to the new online arm of the Co-operative bank.


Apple iMacs users logging on to Co-operative bank&#39s Smile have been greeted by a blank screen instead of the Smile logo. Smile is blaming the Mac system while Mac experts say its Smile&#39s problem as other banks can deal with Macs.


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