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Safari Snafu Fixed, But Apple AC Plug Adapter Recalled

Widespread reports of Apple's Safari browser crashing on iOS devices and Macs emerged this week, but Apple reportedly has fixed the issue just as it geared up to deal with another problem -- a recall of its AC wall plug adapters.

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Banacek
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Banacek,
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1/30/2016 | 3:46:30 PM
oh no!
12 reports in 12 years? That's insane! It's obviously a major issue that should result in all apple products being recalled in case they have the same issue.

And I haven't a clue why anyone would want a "Suggested Sites" option. Like I need some company pushing me towards sites they think I might be interested in. Sounds just too much like advertising to me.
moarsauce123
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moarsauce123,
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1/30/2016 | 10:47:12 AM
Seriously?
Apple's stuff is so expensive it ought to never crash or be recalled. Apple is nothing special anymore, just yet another consumer electronics company that can get its act together.
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