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 Correct, I switched them around and edited my post. However, that still doesn't change anything. He claims Google had this flaw as well. And he claimed in twice. So how come nobody is talking about Google having an exploit? Why hasn't he published his Google e-mails as well as the Apple e-mails?
Did nobody read the e-mails?   He clearly states that the same vulnerability also worked on Google. He said it in both letters. He also stated that Google had gotten back to him either.   Funny how everyone seems to be missing this part of his letters. It's like as soon as they see the word "Apple" they put on blinders.     Edited: He stated Google did respond. I was thinking of something else.
 Wow, did you make this all by yourself? Earlier this year Samsung announced they sold 200 million Galaxy S phones. Over the exact same time period Apple sold 413 million iPhones. Apple is slaughtering Samsung at the high end. Even if you add in the Note (which sells far less than the Galaxy) then Apple is still way ahead.
I call BS on his not being able to bend the iPhone 5S. If you do a Google search there are lots of people who have actually bent their 5S's.
 Do you think listing all the supposed Apple devices in your sig makes us believe any of the bullshit you post? In fact, it's the opposite - it just shows you're a troll trying to use the oldest trick in the book to add validity to your comments. "I'm of African American descent but I hate it when my fellow people do......" is another example of this technique.
Some coder screwed up big time. They would have obviously tested functionality for every change made to the code, but someone probably fixed "one last thing" and didn't think it needed to be tested because the code change was so small.   I've seen this countless times over the years when developing software.
 Let's play a game. It's called Spot the Troll. First up? Taking a 4 year old quote of Steve Jobs and trying to hold the Apple (and market) of today to that out-of-date quote.
LOL? Cult Of Mac has a great take on this showing the history of bent phones (like the iPhone 4, 5 and 5S, Galaxy S4, Experia Z1, BB Q10 and even the Oppo).   Funny how all these users reported their bent phone resulting from "normal" activities yet none of them (except the iPhones) ever actually made news headlines.
 The proper way to do this is use a piece of plastic (or something you can bend that returns to it's original shape) and attach a strain gauge to it. Put it in your pockets and sit down, squat or do other positions that create the largest amount of stress. Then measure the results from the strain gauge to see exactly how much pressure was applied. Then take an iPhone and apply the same pressure to it as was recorded by the strain gauge and see if it bends. Keep applying...
 +1000000 If you drop it in the toilet it's Apple's fault for not making it waterproof. If it smells like piss even after you clean it it's Apple's fault for not packing the inside with activated charcoal. And so on...
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