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I think android users that switch don't switch because of security. Android/iOS users frequently hear media trumping up new security flaws. Android more so than iOS but it's media news on both sides. They're thinking is probably more like, they are both security issues but iPhone offer a better experience so I'll switch.
PR Damage control perhaps? To show that they're doing "something". I feel anyone hawking the improbable is fearmongering.
...what are you more concerned with. Catching the flu or Ebola? Proof of concept is a non real-world theory. Keep in mind I'm not defending android but like Apple Touch ID issue, this borders fearmongering
I'm not talking the severity. I'm talking possibility. The severity of a Texas sized asteroid hitting earth would be catastrophic. But what are the chances?! What is the chance of proof of concept. That's my question
Ok. Look at it this way. Is TouchID fixed from having someone make a high resolution copy of your fingerprint and accessing your phone? Nope! Why? Because that kind of break in is HIGHLY unlikely. Now how likely is this Google flaw?
Oh I agree about the past. If Samsung and Google would have played their part, everyone would have had full bellies. But instead only Apple is still feasting. That said, what would it benefit Google if the shut down an operation making them 3 billion.
No spin here bro. I'm all Apple, from the iPhone 3G to the AppleWatch.There's a 1001 one things to flame android on, but is a proof of concept vulnerability one of them?
Well...what if they shit down android and apple shut them out of iOS. They have no control over what goes on in iOS. In fact, Apple has been systematic killing Google from iOS. Maps, search via Siri...At least with android they have a profit generating fallback.
Proof of concept? So how likely is this exploit bound to make it into the wild. Apple has had proof of concept security holes(fake a finger print to bypass touchid) but that didn't garner this much news. If it's a real issue then flame android, BUT, if it's a extremely unlikely to happen condition, then let them fix it and move along
Until Apple fixes their products I'm not dealing with them any longer...well, not until the AppleTV comes out. And the next gen iPhone of course. Here's my complaint. I purchased the AppleWatch. It's a brilliant device. You‘d expect nothing less from Apple. Granted I have to strap the thing on my wrist to use properly but hey...it is what it is. Fix this Apple! Well it's been 4 days of regular use. When i turn my wrist the screen lights up about 99% of the time. ...
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