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  1. It was from a release from the German newspaper...

    It was from a release from the German newspaper Der Spiegel from the NSA leaks.
  2. NSA DROPOUTJEEP allows full remote iPhone access

    The NSA's DROPOUTJEEP program allows full remote iPhone access. They can push/pull files, listen to the mic, remotely over data or SMS.
  3. 5th Amendment implications of biometric authentication

    Currently under the 5th amendement, on has protections agaist giving up passwords that are memorized, as this accounts to being "testimonial." These protections may be given up when switching to...
  4. New iPhone 5s and 5c come in 4 different models based on LTE bands

    Because the LTE bands are so much different than traditional 3G (and earlier) bands, Apple is releasing 4 different models of iPhone 5s and 5c to meet the LTE requirements.
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    The exchange server may have a limit to filesize...

    The exchange server may have a limit to filesize for attachments.
  6. Did your carrier profile change? Apple has...

    Did your carrier profile change?

    Apple has been known to allow carriers to adjust parameters of the carrier profile to artificially limit the maximum download speed. Maybe your phone had the...
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    There are different models of phones that support...

    There are different models of phones that support different bands (i.e. the Verizon phone is actually a different phone than the AT&T phone).
  8. There used to be a Carrier Profile hack that...

    There used to be a Carrier Profile hack that would let you reenable it. however, apple closed it.
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    I got that. He was asking to be able to turn it...

    I got that. He was asking to be able to turn it off, so I wanted him to know that turning it on would not be an option, just in case he wanted the option of using LTE occasionally.
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    The Verizon phone has different LTE bands than...

    The Verizon phone has different LTE bands than the AT&T phone, so you won't get AT&T LTE with Verizon's phone.
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    Agreed. But we have no way know anything beyond...

    Agreed. But we have no way know anything beyond public commitments.



    I don't know of any companies selling my data. What Google/Facebook/Apple/etc. collect on users isn't sold to third...
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    Apple ranks really low on the privacy scorecard...

    Apple ranks really low on the privacy scorecard from the EFF. That is scary.
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    I don't think Apple keeping voice files to help...

    I don't think Apple keeping voice files to help improve their service is "spying." I don't think Google using my search history and location to provide more personalized services is "spying." I...
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    I like that Google provides data on government...

    I like that Google provides data on government information requests. I would like to see Apple do the same thing too.

    Also, the EFF published an investigation on who you should trust with your...
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    For 6 months the data contains an identifier...

    For 6 months the data contains an identifier unique to the user who uploaded it. After 6 months, the unique ID is dropped.
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    I am not sure, but I think the chipset itself...

    I am not sure, but I think the chipset itself doesn't support HSPA 42. I don't think AT&T ever launched it. So it becomes chipset limited.
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    Apple just released a new statement that the AT&T...

    Apple just released a new statement that the AT&T phone WILL work on TMobile's LTE network. It just won't work on the HSPA 42 network. That makes more sense.
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    I used to do the FCC compliance work as part of...

    I used to do the FCC compliance work as part of my job. It helps to know where to look. ;)

    It will be interesting to see how long it takes for the feature to be enabled on all phones. It could...
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    There you go. Look at the document called, "C2PC...

    There you go. Look at the document called, "C2PC Cover Letter."



    So the hardware is exactly the same as the old hardware. Apple is controlling the feature in software. Doesn't sound like...
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    If the changed any of the RF hardware, there...

    If the changed any of the RF hardware, there would be a new (or supplemental) FCC reports filed.



    Though, it wouldn't shock me if Apple could do it with software and they just blamed hardware. ...
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    It is odd that it is the same model number.

    It is odd that it is the same model number.
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    It is the same model number as the version sold...

    It is the same model number as the version sold by AT&T, yet current phones won't be upgraded via software to support it.
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    Yes. Or buy an AT&T StraightTalk SIM off eBay

    Yes. Or buy an AT&T StraightTalk SIM off eBay
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    Kind of. Apple does eventually stop publishing...

    Kind of. Apple does eventually stop publishing updates after devices hit a certain age. They also don't bring all the features of different OSs to all devices. The original iPhone never got...
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    I agree. They seem very defensive right now. ...

    I agree. They seem very defensive right now. The new Why iPhone page seems really defensive.

    For example, "Only iPhone has the Retina display." That is because Apple owns the trademark for the...
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