As our concerns over the initial impressions that iPhone 5's black coating has a tendency to develop scratches quite quickly have went on to be reinforced by users after just days, we do wonder how much of a conscious decision to ship such an easily-marrable phone was by Apple. Certainly, Phill Schiller, Apple's Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and a recognizable figure from recent keynotes, has taken inspiration from Steve Jobs to answer customer emails as he speaks out on the issue.
Well folks, we may have another antennagate-esque situation on our hands, ironically so from a company that values intricate product design to the degree that Apple does. Stemming from observations in an early review of iPhone 5 comes worry over just how durable Cupertino’s latest-and-greatest is. This is shaping up to be story that does not look like it will have a very pretty ending.
Customers of the controversial unlocking service iPhoneUnlockUK.com received unexpected emails earlier today informing them that the company was guilty of using unlicensed software and that their personal details, including numerous email and physical addresses had been compromised. The hackers were discovered to have broken in to iPhoneUnlockUK's web servers back in February, where they gained access to the personal information of several users who had illegally unlocked their iPhones.