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Who's the Big Winner in the Great iPhone Escape?

TechNewsWorld writes: "There are several downsides for Apple, though. First, Apple's reputation could pick up a bit of tarnish -- much more than funky antennas -- if the popular iPhone starts failing. Say it drops calls with T-Mobile, or a jailbroken iPhone picks up an application that collects personal financial data and sells it to Russian crime syndicates, who then steal millions of dollars from hapless consumer accounts. But wait, it gets worse -- what happens when the crime syndicate finds out that some rich CEO of a major corporation is using a jailbroken iPhone that tells the criminals where he's at, so he gets kidnapped and all the media headlines shout out something like, "iPhone Leads Kidnappers Straight to CEO."

Absurd? Sure. How about a new porn store with hundreds of thousands of new customers? How might that tarnish Apple's reputation? It might."

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Apple Will Give You A Free IPhone 14, But Only If You Can Hack It

Not only will they give you an iPhone 14 Pro, they'll pay a bounty fee ranging from $5,000 to $1 million.

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iPhone 15 and Apple’s Lack of Innovation

Shaz from TL writes: “Innovation in the smartphone marketplace has been stagnant for some time. Though I’d argue Apple have been worse than others in recent years.”

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Famous ChatGPT app Petey is currently available for iPad

The famous ChatGPT application for Apple Watch, Petey, became available for iPhone a couple of months ago.

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