An image showing the iPhone in an embarrassing crash situation has sprung as proof for the problems of this handset that people and critics have reported. It's just one more argument in favor of those struggling to reveal just how imperfect
the dream phone coming from Apple really is.
The huge team of people that engaged in breaking the iPhone to show its vulnerabilities must be biting their nails with envy of not having managed to show this image until now. Apple, on the other hand, has declared that they are working on ways to improve the iPhone's software and make it more reliable.
AppleHound has managed to discover almost 70 bugs
for this handset, but has also admitted the fact that it turns out to be an incredibly stable device, without major problems threatening its use. The image which shows the iPhone during a crash has high chances of being an isolated situation and be experienced by very few phone owners, which makes it extremely rare.
As long as people are trying to find a flaw in what has been presented to them as being perfect, it means that the iPhone is still interesting. They should start worrying the moment when it ceases to motivate any hackers and Apple will stop receiving reports on the bugs of this product. The huge interest that the iPhone has generated among hackers matches the one reached among buyers.
After considerable efforts, some hackers claim to have managed to find a way of making it possible for iPhone calls to be placed without the AT&T SIM
card. Their solution relies mostly on a breach found in the carriers' actions and less on the handset's weaknesses. Apple has declared that they are taking into consideration all problems that users are encountering with their new mobile phones in order to find efficient solutions as fast as possible.