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You keep making very broad assertions with no evidence to backup any of them.
Au contraire. To the extent that no one can guarantee success, then you are correct. However, all except the inveterate naysayers got the original iPhone when they saw it. During the six-month interval between Steve Job's introduction of the iPhone and the day that it went on sale, the iPhone became the subject of legend and song--literally.
The fact that Bernie Sanders is a socialist is hardly a revelation. He ran for Senate as a socialist. He won as a socialist. He ran for reelection as a socialist. He won reelection as a socialist. He is now running for the Democratic nomination for President. To the best of my knowledge, Sanders has not yet joined the Democratic Party. He is still a socialist and proudly so.You may be trying to channel Sen. Joseph McCarthy, but this is not the 1950s. Most Western European...
Bernie Sanders is a good man, but he is not perfect. His opposition to gun control is a huge imperfection.
Wow! Talk about moving the goal posts.
Do not forget that each "accident victim" was shot multiple times. Roof "accidentally" reloaded his gun several times before he left the church.
Everyone on this forum understands the argument for the notion that popularity correlates to vulnerability. All you did was to repeat the argument. Nonsense repeated is still nonsense.
Brilliant analysis. Its only flaw is that Android has more exploits and they are more serious.
Not this old saw again. The marketshare excuse for security exploits was pulled out of Bill Gates's butt back in the early days of Windows XP. The excuse is ahistoric. At the time exploits to Windows XP nearly brought Microsoft to its knees. Despite the number and seriousness of extant XP exploits, Windows 98 was actually still much more popular. Security vulnerabilities and exploits are driven by design and design flaws, not marketshare.
I will not get into an argument with you. Your Wikipedia page clearly says that iOS did not become iPhone OS until 2008, the year after the iPhone went on sale. The site also said that the iPhone was run by "some version of OS X." That was not a quote from Apple. Apple specified that the iPhone ran OS X 10.5. A subtle point that you are clearly missing is that in 2007 and earlier, Apple always referred to Mac OS X as "MacOS X" or "MacOS X" followed by its version number in...
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