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Galaxy Note 7 fiasco might be a huge boost for Apple’s iPhone 7

Samsung gave up on the Galaxy Note 7 this week, following the second series of fires affecting replacement units that were supposed to be safe. But the problems are just starting. Samsung still has a lot of work ahead to fix this mess, and the company stands to lose even more money in lost profit on top of the estimated $17 billion in missed sales because Samsung is going into the Christmas quarter without a hot new smartphone in stores.
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