“Well, that was quick. The hacker community has taken over the iPhone. Heck, in some cases, hackers are already releasing updated versions of their underground software,” Mike Musgrove reports for The Washington Post.
“Apple’s new flashy and pricey smartphone, released to much fanfare at the end of June, has a nice array of features straight out of the box. But do a little unauthorized tinkering on the thing, and it can do a few more tricks, ranging from the frivolous to the useful,” Musgrove reports.
Musgrove reports, “Last month, for example, Silicon Valley-based software consultant Stephen White posted software that lets people play classic Nintendo games, such as the Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros., on the device… Hackers based in Europe claim to have already figured out how to make the device work there… If the history of consumer electronics is any guide, this will probably turn into a cat-and-mouse game between Apple and the hackers.”
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