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Boomgate? Let’s hope Apple didn’t copy Samsung’s hottest feature

I often encourage Apple to steal certain features from Samsung’s smartphones, like its super-sharp Quad HD displays and wireless charging. One thing I didn’t want it to rip off is the Galaxy Note 7’s tendency to explode. According to one unlucky Reddit user, whose brand new iPhone 7 is now a charred piece of aluminum […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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