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eightzero said: Privacy, meh. What do these people have to hide? SpamSandwich said: The contents of your brain (including a passcode) are secure (for now, at least until they perfect live brain activity scans and thought visualization…
Other missing key features: Water resistance, wireless charging, Micro SDHC slot, replaceable battery. The first two were "must have" features for me, and the reasons I replaced my Galaxy S5 with a Galaxy S7. Yeah, I get it, this is a low-end iPhone…
apple ][ said: Those clowns can not be trusted... Trump, on the other hand, he CERTAINLY can be trusted!!!
Worst case scenario: FBI forces Apple to move ALL operations offshore, where they are not subject to Federal overreach and retaliation. Tim Cook understands that if it becomes known that the Feds can access everybody's dick pics whenever they want, …
techno said: josha said: I bet the FBI didn't even think of using the finger. I bet they are still using flip phones. I know a lot of people that would be willing to give the FBI the finger!
If the NSA already had a remote backdoor into every iPhone, the best way for them to convince people they didn't would be to demand that Apple unlock a phone for them, and have Apple refuse! Well played, Apple and NSA, well played! Now criminals eve…
I actually want an S7 (provided it has wireless charging), but the VR camera seems like a solution in search of a problem to me. What are all those 3D TVs that were hot a few years ago being used for now? I think a tool for making 3D models of real …