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Good news-Apple fixed iOS lock bypass. Bad News-They created another

Discussion in 'Tech Talk - Gadgets, Gizmos and Technology' started by dpeters11, Mar 20, 2013.

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    In my opinion, this bypass is so obscure that I question the exploiters sanity level...

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    Yeah, it is a bit nuts that it was found so quickly. But it seems there are three things Apple has trouble getting right. Time changes, New Years and the lock screen.
     
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    No problem with DST time change on my iPod Touch, but the time setting is for Cupertino, which fortunately is also Pacific Time.
     
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    It worked this time. They had a bug when we moved to 2013, but they have had alarm issues with the time change before.
     

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