Well, the iPhone 4 is out today, much to the excitement of fans who've been waiting months for the new product. But problems with the new model have rained on Apple's parade. The first issue is reception. PC World reports that herds of users have already complained about the phone's antenna and screen. First, a slightly yellow discoloration on the surface has new owners concerned. And the embedded antenna was thought to be a "genius" idea at first, but now people are experiencing dropped...Read Full Story
Hackers can steal data off jailbroken iPhones by leveraging the same vulnerability that currently is being used to spread a mischievous worm.The new exploit, spotted by researchers at Intego, a Mac security firm, allows attackers to siphon data off victim devices, including music, text messages, email, contacts and other personal information.Peter James, an Intego spokesman, told SCMagazineUS.com on Wednesday that public attack code is circulating across various internet forums, but...Read Full Story
DON'T MISS Preview: FridgeNotes for iPhone More Technology News Those who've been eagerly anticipating the release of the iPhone 4 may have noticed that only black versions of the device are for pre-order at the moment. The white variety, however, is nowhere to be found. What gives? According to the San Francisco Chronicle, we may just have to be patient. A rep for Apple told the newspaper, "There is tremendous excitement for the new iPhone 4 and we are working to get as many of them...Read Full Story
Nokia, the world's largest maker of cell phones, is suing Apple in U.S. federal court, saying the iPhone uses patented wireless technologies.Nokia Corp. claims the iPhone infringes on ten patents covering both phone calls and Wi-Fi access. It says 40 other phone manufacturers have licensed these patents from Nokia, but Apple hasn't.Apple Inc. didn't immediately respond to a message seeking comment Thursday.Companies that develop cell phone technology regularly sue each other over patents. The...Read Full Story
The Wall Street Journal reports today that Apple and Sprint have entered into an agreement that will result in yet another carrier option for Apple products, just in time for the iPhone 5. Details surrounding the deal are slow to emerge, but according to the report, Sprint has committed to the purchase of over 30 million iPhones in a deal that will cost the company over $20 billion. Based on those numbers, Sprint won't see a profit on the deal until well into 2014, but given that the carrier...Read Full Story
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