Good. What's the point of the Touch ID if I'm constantly having to tap in user names and passwords instead of just using my thumb?
Other systems with fingerprint scanners have had this capability for a decade, so what gives?
On the upside, you can get a used in good condition 5C on eBay right now for anywhere between 300-350 bucks. I upgraded my nephew's 4 to a green 5C after he made the Honor Roll that way.
I say if they sell the thing off contract for 349-399 bucks, it would move like hotcakes. It's not a bad phone, it's just priced and marketed wrong, which is weird considering this is Apple, king of targeted marketing.
Flawed design. The way the keychain hook is placed, this won't fit if your phone has a case on it, even a thin case with a wide opening. If I have to remove my phone from it's case just to use this, it's not exactly convenient is it?
If there were any truth in advertising, these ads would show people blogging from the toilet on their iPads. Might not be inspirational, but I gotta say it's been one of my favorite uses for a tablet. :-)
So they're appealing the appeal? If they lose this appeal, will they appeal the appeal of the appeal?
Maybe they should just suck it up, accept they got busted, and just fly straight for awhile until a monitor is deemed no longer necessary.
But that's the issue here: you don't need to jailbreak to sideload pirated apps anyway. You can already do so with the three different programs I mentioned above without jailbreaking. Does Jailbreaking make your device more vulnerable? Yes, but it's not like those vulnerabilities are contagious, and will affect non-jailbroken phones. Is it possible that hackers will somehow use the vulnerabilities discovered by the latest jailbreak to attack unjailbroken phones? Again,...