[citation][nom]sliem[/nom]Does it also send personal info to a server in china?[/citation]
No, that's the Blackberry. Or you can just wait until Windows mobile 7 comes out, that'll be loaded with Chinese viruses in mere hours after connecting to the internet. Just like a windows peecee.
[citation][nom]WarraWarra[/nom]Steve Jobs might have done his personal iPhone on jailbreak and replaced it with other software LMAO.Now finally Steve Jobs can unlock use his iPhone without his boss looking over his shoulder.1 year from now news headlines "no more iPhones with IOS, all jailbreaked"[/citation]
Well, they could start it as an upgrade:
Steve: Bought your iphone?
Applefan: Yes lord.
Steve: Then go to our apple store and buy the latest jailbreaking software. Only $99999999. And yes, kiss your warranty goodbye!
Applefan: Yes lord. :lol:
[citation][nom]rsud[/nom]Yea so we can have app piracy, spy apps, viruses, malware, etc.I'm sure there is field day going on on Android phone with spy apps. Development houses are already complaining about piracy of Android apps (90% piracy rate in asia, 40%+ in the USA).And yes, I know Mac's are just as suseptible to all this.However, the app store does protect the iPhone/iPad/Touch developer and the user from this..[/citation]