1. smith01's Avatar
    Aren't you now glad you brought an Android. I am
    2013-10-06 04:32 AM
  2. Jato_BZ's Avatar
    Aren't you now glad you brought an Android. I am
    Heck NO! iOS6 jailbroken on the i5! Hoo rah!
    Twitter ID: @Jato_BZ
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    2013-10-06 05:23 AM
  3. iH85CH001's Avatar
    well, thats cool and all, but pretty much nobody is going to be able to make the fingerprint part... so I'm not worried. I'm even less worried, since I don't have an iPhone 5S...
    2013-10-06 06:31 AM
  4. mojpismonosa's Avatar
    Yeah... But how did thief knew SIM PIN which he had to had because of gmail pwd reset sms (when the phone wiped it asks you for PIN)
    2013-10-06 12:07 PM
  5. Jahooba's Avatar
    To me nothing should be able to be accessed from the lock screen. Cause that always leaves a back door to everything else.
    I've often wondered this, as well. Just lock the phone down completely and only give access to the buttons for music controls and a swipe for answering/ muting phone calls. Everything else should be accessible only once the phone is unlocked.
    2013-10-06 05:08 PM
  6. plcrules's Avatar
    The easiest way around this is to disable Control Center when the phone is locked, which you can do from Settings. Android phones have had face recognition, which has been fooled by just a photo of the person; so these security faults are not an iPhone only phenomenon.
    thats not a security flaw on the android thats just a horrible idea

    if theyre going to add face recognition they should have added some sort of infra red 3d imagine device to you cant hold a picture up to it
    2013-10-06 09:29 PM
  7. Mrteacup's Avatar
    I really expect more from "security researchers" because this is rather obvious and something someone with half a brain could discover. I respect if they find things like pressing 1111 holding the sleep button then going to emergency blah blah blah and then it unlocks, because no one unqualified would discover that. But things like this are very obvious.
    2013-10-07 12:25 AM
  8. LaddersRCool's Avatar
    I don't remember previous versions of iOS being as buggy as 7 appears to be
    Tell me one thing they didn't touch at ALL in iOS 7.
    2013-10-07 06:10 AM
  9. The6uest's Avatar
    Guys I found a new iOS 7 lock screen bypass! Okay here are the steps:
    1. stand next to someone with an iPhone.
    2. Watch them enter there pass code.
    3. Take there phone.
    4. Enter their pass code
    Boom you're in!
    I like it!
    2013-10-07 03:50 PM
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