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Dear Mrs. Feinstein, please post the contents of your smartphone on a website so every US citizen can view what you have. You're basically asking us all to do the same thing, so fair is fair. I wouldn't be surprised if part of your legislation includes a requirement that each manufacturer also create a second encrypted iOS for government officials because you guys in Washington don't have to play by the same rules as your subjects? Every US citizen should write Mrs. Feinstein requesting the same thing.
Joe111 said:AAPL PR stunt.
realistic said:Why bother trying to innovate when the courts won't allow you to protect the patents with judgements.
"Apple is allegedly developing new iOS and iCloud security measures that would thwart any FBI tools"
Why does the media have to write this as if Apple is doing it to thwart the FBI?
Whatever happened to the idea that they are doing this to protect their customers data?
Do you want your identity stolen?
I sure and hell don't and appreciate Apple is doing everything they can to make sure only I can see my data. It's unbelievable how this is being spun and those complaining about it will be the first whiners blaming Apple for not protecting their data if they are hacked.
mac_128 said:sflocal said:So what? The phone's been out for a month. Assuming Apple did truly underestimate demand on the 64GB model, they will ramp up that production so in a couple more weeks it will be a non-issue. I'd rather not put out enough of everything, than to have too much of one thing and have a glut of them.