Monday, June 13, 2011

Unlocked iPhones Have Arrived at U.S. Apple Stores?

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The first unlocked iPhones to be sold in the United States have reportedly arrived at the Apple Store, according to 9to5Mac.

Sources within United States Apple Stores have told 9to5Mac that shipments of four new iPhone models have reached their respective Apple Store locations today. As originally reported by ChronicWire, the model numbers are in fact MC603 (16GB, Black) MC604 (16GB, White) MC605 (32GB, Black) MC606 (32GB, White).

The pricing on these unlocked iPhones is expected to be $649 for the 16GB version and $749 for the 32GB. They are predicted to go on sale Wednesday.




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50% of iPhone Users Never Sync With iTunes?

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David Chartier from OneFPS is reporting that 50% of iPhone users never sync with iTunes after activating the device.

A little birdie says that about 50 percent of Apple Store customers who need to get their iPhones swapped have never plugged them into iTunes after the initial activation and sync. This is a big reason, according to this birdie, for why Apple Store Geniuses are excited about iCloud.

Apple's new services will enable backup protection for those users who don't use iTunes and will also wireless sync with iTunes if you do.




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I can agree with this, most of my friends who have an iPhone don't even own a computer. Some of them sync their iPhones on my Mac just to make an emergency back up of their iDevice.

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These Are The Most Commonly Used iPhone Passcodes, Avoid Them!

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iPhone developer Daniel Amitay has posted the ten most common iPhone passcodes which he found by anonymously recording and analyzing passcodes used by customers of his Big Brother Camera Security iPhone app.

Formulaic passwords are never a good idea, yet 15% of all passcode sets were represented by only 10 different passcodes (out of a possible 10,000). The implication? A thief (or just a prankster) could safely try 10 different passcodes on your iPhone without initiating the data wipe. With a 15% success rate, about 1 in 7 iPhones would easily unlock--even more if the intruder knows the users’ years of birth, relationship status, etc.

Check out the chart below and avoid those passwords!




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