In April 2003, at the "All Things Digital" executive conference, Jobs expressed his belief that tablet PCs and traditional PDAs were not good choices as high-demand markets for Apple to enter, despite receiving many requests for Apple to create another PDA.He believed that cell phones were going to become important devices for portable information access, and that mobile phones needed to have excellent synchronization software.We’re not sure why Apple is gathering this data, but it’s clearly intentional, as the database is being restored across backups, and even device migrations. We’ve contacted Apple’s Product Security team, but we haven’t heard back.What makes this issue worse is that the file is unencrypted and unprotected, and it’s on any machine you’ve synched with your i OS device.
Consumers were unable to use any other carrier without unlocking their device.This is true for everything except for getting videos and photos off of your i Phone and into your computer. If you want to be able to manually copy pictures and videos over in an explorer-like interface, click the advanced users only link.Here is a tutorial showing how to download the pictures and videos onto your XP system. If you want to copy pictures/videos over in a little wizard-like interface, click Next.Today at Where 2.0 Pete Warden and I will announce the discovery that your i Phone, and your 3G i Pad, is regularly recording the position of your device into a hidden file.Ever since i OS 4 arrived, your device has been storing a long list of locations and time stamps. The presence of this data on your i Phone, your i Pad, and your backups has security and privacy implications.