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Ok let's rephrase it. The finger is going to be compromised for a lifetime, not the phone
I was implying that a match can be found randomly assuming a hacker has a big enough pool of (stolen) iPhones and big enough number of people to check them against.So that means a person who's iphone is hacked would be random too. Would it be considered as a successful hack?
According to http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5949 The problem here is that once a 1 to 50,000 match is found, the phone is going to be compromised for a lifetime.
Whoever got lucky and was able to buy 5s at apple store today, please download geek bench 64 bit app and post the results to their site. It is still showing ipad 4 as a top result with no records of 5s: http://browser.primatelabs.com/ios-benchmarks
 Unfortunately, times when competitors were "not even visible in a rear view mirror" are long gone.5S is barely in top 3 for this benchmark:http://blog.gsmarena.com/the-first-benchmarks-scores-of-samsung-galaxy-note-3-are-in/Galaxy Note 3 is way ahead with 68 fps.Seems like Apple did not use the next gen PowerVR Rogue tech in this iteration?
Usually:$199 on contact = $650 off contract$99 on contact = $550 off contractSo base 5c is likely $550 before sales tax
This seems not to be a Windows emulator but just a remote access - one of many available on App Store
I've been using WinAdmin as a remote Windows desktop which works pretty good for me and it was only $8 one time fee. So $80 per year is just insane if you only need to access Windows remotely.
So he expects 46.7 million iPhones vs 47.8 million a year ago for the holiday quarter.
Apple may have lost $1b by not keeping ARM. But it have lost much more by not buying out all 3rd party multi-touch patents and ip before 2007 release of iPhone. Without multi-touch Android would have been far from where it is now.
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