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I was looking for the appropriate place to post my iPhone question, so presumably I was looking for something like apple/ios.stack. I didn't find it in the list of sites, I posted my question to superuser, and guess what: a moderator moved it to apple.stack. Am I just blind or do some sites not show up on the list? What other sites might I be missing?

Also, a commenter on my question suggested me to post to stackexchange.com. I might be misinterpreting him, but I wasn't aware you could post there. I thought it was more of a directory site.

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The site's address is apple.stackexchange.com, but its name is 'Ask Different':

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This name has been chosen after Apple's 'Think Different' slogan: see this question on Meta-Ask Different.

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    Well that isn't confusing at all – user5948022 Apr 4 '16 at 12:05
  • Wasn't aware of that slogan. Guess that's why it was confusing, thanks – user5948022 Apr 4 '16 at 12:08
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    You can also type apple into the search box in the Stack Exchange dropdown or into the browser's find search on the full list to find this easily. – animuson Apr 4 '16 at 12:38
  • @user5948022 worth reading. – Shadow Wizard Apr 4 '16 at 12:49
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As animuson mentioned in a comment, you can open the Stack Exchange multicollider/dropdown in the top left, and under "More Stack Exchange Communities" type the key word into the search box:

This will also search the sites description, not only their name.

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