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Originally Posted by Postulant View Post

... In tears over here

If I contribute nothing else on these forums, at least it's a few laughs...
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If I contribute nothing else on these forums, at least it's a few laughs...

How long before that ends up on a lolcat image?
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post #43 of 53
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Originally Posted by solipsism View Post

How long before that ends up on a lolcat image?

Oh, no, now you got me thinking...
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image: http://images.cheezburger.com/comple...3a3bbc1ef3.jpg

Wow! You did it. That was fast.
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post #46 of 53
Very funny to see a jail breakers frustration when half way through the jail break the 3G drops out or the dudes phone is bricked during the process... or even better the web site is hijacked in the near future and all these phones are bricked... three cheers for the dev team!
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Originally Posted by mstone View Post

Sure iPhone is broke, but so is every other smart phone. It is an industry wide problem. Videos to come.

They should hold a Press Release. That was a brilliant move by Steve. Those Bloggers need to understand that the iPhone is the best phone, but that it cannot squirt pink unicorns out of its butt.

All phones have certain insecurities.
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Originally Posted by esummers View Post

Apple announced the pdf part of the exploit and fixed it for OS X before this happened. I'm sure that is where they got the inspiration to do this hack for iOS. .


That doesn't make much sense, unfortunately.

If it were true, that would mean that apple released iOS with a known security vulnerability. Sorry, but that ain't their style.
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Apple didn't come up with that term.

Nope. The hackers invented it to say that they were like criminals breaking out of jail to steal more stuff.

Pathetic that they identify so much with thieves, but it probably explains why they steal so much software.
post #50 of 53
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Originally Posted by Postulant View Post

Oh, the irony. I'm sure jailbreakers will be happy to point out that in this instance, jailbreaking makes your iPhone more secure.

That's just hilarious.

You are talking to a jailbreaker who has admitted to downloading pirated software.
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You are talking to a jailbreaker who has admitted to downloading pirated software.

And your comment, besides being incorrect, is suppose to have what relevancy to his reply to me?
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post #52 of 53
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Originally Posted by SendMe View Post

That doesn't make much sense, unfortunately.

If it were true, that would mean that apple released iOS with a known security vulnerability. Sorry, but that ain't their style.

Your blind faith in Apple has made you unbelievably gullible. Apple obviously knew about the issue and they did not get around to fixing it yet. This is also far far far from the first time Apple has not fixed a bug immediately. Apple has a very high rate of security issues in their software. They don't get the press IE attracts, but that does not mean they do not have a simmilar or worse track record in recent years.
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Originally Posted by AIaddict View Post

Your blind faith in Apple has made you unbelievably gullible. Apple obviously knew about the issue and they did not get around to fixing it yet. This is also far far far from the first time Apple has not fixed a bug immediately. Apple has a very high rate of security issues in their software. They don't get the press IE attracts, but that does not mean they do not have a simmilar or worse track record in recent years.

SendMe is not worth responding to. This is an alt that tries to post over the top parodies of what some Apple fans tend to post in order to bait posters into responding negatively about Apple. Unfortunately, as long as people keep responding he will keep this alt active. Also unfortunate that his parody is so close to what some real Apple fans post that people actually think his posts are sincere. I think his original alt was tekstud.

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