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iPhone Alarm Bug Fails to Resolve Itself

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macosx

Jan 4, 2011, 12:32 PM
My iphone 4 doesn't send texts to the wrong people! I mean come on people, stop your hating! You don't have an iphone 4 because you hate everything apple. Stick to your Sprint Evo 4g crap with ****ty battery life. Alarm clock doesn't ring for two days..HA...artards.. Evil or Very Mad
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pfs2009

Jan 4, 2011, 1:15 PM
Hating? Are you upset because you got to work late this morning? And I don't like Android OS. Smile
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macosx

Jan 4, 2011, 1:57 PM
Nope, opened the store on time thanks to my trusty alarm clock/docking station...lol
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RockTripod

Jan 4, 2011, 3:06 PM
Ok, simmer down now.

No one brought up anything anti-Apple, since you were the first to post on this article. But, since you're bringing it up, there's a much larger security issue that Apple needs to correct. Take you password protected iPhone an hook it up to a Linux PC. Watch as you get unfettered access to any photos or documents on the device. True, there is no access to contacts or SMS, but this is a good reason not to use an iPhone for sensitive business matters.

And BTW, I do not hate the iPhone. Apple I take issue with, but not the iPhone.
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RockTripod

Jan 4, 2011, 3:23 PM
my mistake, you're not the first to post here.
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macosx

Jan 4, 2011, 4:10 PM
You do have very good points about access to the iphone when connected, there are built in security measures on the iPhone OS4 system that will not allow access though. But of course most "users" of an Android or Palm, and IOS4 users probably wouldn't activate them. More than likely because of stupidity.
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RockTripod

Jan 4, 2011, 5:50 PM
I noticed that it seems to be resolved in 4.2.1, at least. However, it was on an iPhone I had just jailbroken and unlocked using that interesting iPad baseband hack. I assumed that it was something about the hack that blocked my access, as there was no password set on the device at that point. I'll probably never buy an iPhone, but at least they're stepping up the security. It only took them a year and change.
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crammy1

Jan 7, 2011, 3:49 AM
i thought the main selling point of the iphone, and apple products in general, is its user friendliness... so how does choosing palm and android stupid? lol
please stop hating =)


P.S. i love all of them i believe the multitasking on palm's webos is topnotch, and a lot of implementations on this os was copied/imitated on android and ios, and androids access to a lot of exciting new ideas almost everyday really is nice.
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phatmanxxl

Jan 4, 2011, 4:15 PM
Its called an extended battery, oh yea iPhone can't do that. Laughing I never had a problem with sms, and if I did, I could download any of the handful of messaging apps available in the market. Cool
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floex831

Jan 5, 2011, 10:23 AM
My iPhone's alaram is still not going off. Something is up but since I have a regular alarm clock so it really doesn't bother me. I am an Apple FanBoy. Matter of fact, my parentsmy brother and sister all have MACs, not complaints. Very Happy I don'thate PC, I simply have a preference.
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crammy1

Jan 7, 2011, 3:53 AM
i have a brand new ipod touch and i charge it everyday because i use it a lot on playing nfs and angrybirds XD... imagine needing to charge everyday without cell use and internet lol... it is because it is a matter of usage im sure ill drain an iphone and android device the same way i drain my ipod now =)
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