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In the eye of crisis, new iPhones just don't seem all that important this year

Here's to all the survivors. The families. The innovators. The rescue workers who travel into danger. The engineers who help us foresee danger and keep us connected, even in the face of disaster. It's a wild, crazy, changing world and we're all in it together.
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