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You're not missing anything, I expect it's mainly Gov  spyware.      Just use SpeedTest.net .
Interesting points.  An inside job to create and passover this bug is certainly a possibility. BTW anyone going from very profitable Apple to welfare company Telsa must have had a grudge against Apple.
What makes you think your Email  was compromised on or because of the iPhone?I suggest you look into your Email provider. BTW all Gmail is compromised by Google, they don't respect anyones privacy.
Yes it was a bug, but as I read it was only one duplicated line of code.Yes it was a serious bug, but to take advantage of it, required someone very knowledgeable  setup in a public WiFi area trying to intercept others data. Apple fixed the problem within a few days of the problem going public, amazing response by Apple.Not waiting for patch Tuesday on patch month and not ignoring the problem as other SW developers have done.
Three months before my Canadian  iPhone contract ended, my carrier offered me a $50 credit   it if I would switch for $0 to one of 3 old model competing phones. Two were android HTC and Samsung. One was an even older model Nokia.   I felt  it was quite dumb of them, but they probably were smart to try and dump that very old stock,  which didn't come close to my current iPhone4, which has  iOS 7 installed and working very well.   My reward to my carrier for trying to...
This is very significant news in the internet spying world. Google got beaten out on this deal by a much friendlier deal.   Both FaceBook and Google knew WhatsUP here; the access to a huge number of users spread around the world. Google knows too much about me and Facebook think they know about me, but I've been managing to give them a slip. I wasn't  into WhatsApp, so neither would have learned more about me there.   I'm sure many WhatsApp users wouldn't have been...
Telsa is one company I certainly Apple doesn't buy. I'm sure they won't, Apple fortunately likes to make a profit on their products, independent of Gov support.   This is likely a very overblown story, Apple is probably just involved in some addition to the Telsa.
They were waiting for improved iPhone availability. 
If it also does golf course GPS on it's own, not relying on my iPhone, I'm in.If not my next watch will be a Garmin golf course GPS watch this spring. The iWatch will then have to wait for a few years!
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