Researchers hack into iPhone via Web

image Yowza! The iPhone can be hijacked? Tsk, tsk, tsk…not good, but not surprising either. Nowadays, more and more companies try to release more while downplaying quality – quantity over quality, which is a shame.

I’m not saying all corporations do this, but in general, yes they do. Apple should’ve spent more time testing this kinda stuff, rather than deploying early. But as they say, “strike while the iron is hot.”

I believe it comes down to the economics and logistics of the business culture in the twenty-first century.

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