In a recent interview, when Steve Jobs released the incriable result of App Store, reporter ask Jobs about the rumors that Apple can disable any application on iPhone. Steve Jobs straightly reply….

“Hopefully we never have to pull that lever, but we would be irresponsible not to have a lever like that to pull”

In another word, Steve Jobs think opening a “backdoor” for Apple to disable applications on our iPhone is a very “straight forward” , “must-do” and “noble”.

Is it acceptable or reasonable? What if every software vendor tell us that they have a “backdoor” to disable their software on my PC? What if Microsoft tell us that they have the same power to do that?

It is something that we should reconsider before buying / using an iPhone.




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Aug 12
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