iPhone 7

2nd Fire in Apple iPhone 7 Threatens Mass Recall

Another newly shipped Apple iPhone 7 caught fire and destroyed a car in what looks similar to the same type of battery fires that forced a worldwide recall of all Samsung Galaxy Note 7 units.

Tim Cook iPhone 7 (Marcio Jose Sanchez / Associated Press)

Possible Exploding iPhone 7 Could Threaten Mass Recall

According to a newly released report, it appears that a newly shipped Apple iPhone 7 exploded in a fashion that looks similar to the explosion that led to the recall of all Samsung Galaxy Note 7S.

Tim Cook iPhone 7 (Marcio Jose Sanchez / Associated Press)

Bankrupt Hanjin Strands $14 Billion of Cargo at Sea

With “globalism” under political attack, South Korea’s Hanjin Shipping Co., one of the world’s largest shipping companies, filed for bankruptcy and stranded $14 billion of holiday stock on the open ocean after container rates tanked by 96 percent.

Hanjin (Damian Dovarganes / Associated Press)

Samsung to Recall Galaxy Note 7 Smartphone over Explosions

Just four weeks after the Galaxy Note 7 “phablet” was unveiled to rave reviews, Samsung has suspended sales worldwide and is recalling the first deliveries due to a number of phone batteries that exploded while charging.

Samsung recall (Kim Jong-Ji / AFP / Getty)

Apple’s September iPhone 7 Introduction Looks Like a Dud

The weak Apple Inc. stock price performance in the run-up to the September 7 release of the next iPhone generational updates reinforces Breitbart News’ expectation that the iPhone 7, without a truly “disruptive” innovation, could be a major dud.

Broken iPhone (Andrew Mager / Flickr / CC)

Samsung S7: Seriously Eroding iPhone Prices

Although the new Samsung Galaxy S7 outdistances the iPhone 6S family on virtually every performance metric, the real threat is the S7 undermining iPhone sales pricing. The new Samsung (SSNLF:NASDAQ) S7 beats Apple Inc. (AAPL:NASDAQ) iPhone 6S in screen pixels,

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