Sources: YouTube, Gizmodo UK
quote: *nix based filesystems are inherently more secure because they are built on user and group access rights, including executable rights. How come, with all of apple's incredible sales numbers and "pathetically tech illiterate user base" has there only been a couple malware outbreaks. MALWARE. Thats not even a virus or a worm or anything akin to the things plaguing windows over the years. Seems like it would be a great ecosystem for 'hackers' to take advantage of.
quote: you know, with us illiterate researchers and medical students and veteran unix users.
quote: i'm still waiting for an ecosystem that compares to that of Apple's. Give me a killer objective SDK, hardware accelerated everything, *nix (bsd> linux) under the hood, and a base hardware set and i'll switch over in a second. why base hardware? so that you can do across the board updates for your approved devices incase someone finds a work around for something like a lock screen, but without having to accommodate for all the different hardware configurations that might complicate something like a OS update.
quote: Well, what happens in your sick twisted little world when/if Apple ever becomes the most widely used OS ?
quote: Well, what happens in your sick twisted little world when/if Apple ever becomes the most widely used OS ? Don't you think that all the malware/spyware/trojans/viruses will migrate over to iOS/OSX ?