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Apple aware of Crash Safari code, looking into a fix

There's a web page out there called Crash Safari that uses JavaScript to put your browser into a loop, crash it, and potentially crash your device as well. Apple is aware of the page—and more importantly, the code—and is looking into a fix.

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iPhone SE and its place in the Apple universe

Why would Apple release a new 4-nch iPhone 5se this spring?

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On the iPad Pro, Google has made itself a second-class citizen

Google Docs and Sheets are must-have tools for many people—but their app-implementations leave much to be desired.

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iPhone 7 and the potential for wireless charging

Since Apple switched from glass to aluminum backplates in 2012, the iPhone couldn't offer wireless inductive charging. That's because it wasn't technologically possible to do wireless charging through metal. Now it is. So, could we see wireless charging with the iPhone 7?

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Broadway will soon have its own musical version of Steve Jobs

If two outings on the silver screen hadn't yet fulfilled your fictional Steve Jobs quota, you're in luck: Apple's co-founder and former CEO is being resurrected for yet another mythological adventure — this one on the Great White Way.

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Can a luxury watchmaker and a smartwatch platform get along?

TAG Heuer recently introduced a $1,500 watch. So what's interesting about a new $1,500 TAG?

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This is what I'm still using my Apple Watch for

Apple's smartwatch isn't perfect by a long shot, but here are the features I'm still using every day.

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Most popular iMore stories of 2015!

We're wrapping up our year in review with a look back at iMore itself and the most popular stories we published in 2015!

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Welcome to iMore 2016!

Last year was iMore’s biggest ever. Thanks to you, we surpassed 11 million readers a month for the first time, launched our ebooks program, and helped more people get more out of their iPhones, iPads, and Macs than ever before. But 2016 brings in a new year, which means it’s time for us to look at what comes next.

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Imagining an iPod in your ears

It's a brand new year full of possibilities and wonder, which means: speculation time, kids. We just had our end of the year iMore Show, during which I proposed a weird and wacky idea: what if the future of the iPod was not in an iPod casing at all?

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