My wife's pacemaker certainly doesn't call 9-1-1 in the event of heart failure. The only "phone home" functionality is via a base station next to her bed where it sends log data to the doctor nightly.
I can't imagine them building cell functionality in a pacemaker - they want them to be as small as possible, since they're devices implanted in the body.
Search for Hamzy's "Despecialized" editions - he used HD sources, and got them as close to the theatrical editions as he could.
It's the only version I keep on my shelf.
So, we have: a single-sourced story from a news source that has in the past been an advocate of the removal of the U.S. base from Okinawa, an anonymous verification source (and thus unable to be contacted for independent verification), and a reprinting of the story by the BoAS, which has long changed its tune to keep itself as being seen as relevant.
I'm surprised that this story was even allowed to be printed, as single-sourced stories are usually laughed out of the editors' offices. Even in this case, if you allow 2 sources, usually you'd need hard evidence, not just hearsay.
How does the expression go? "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence"? I don't see anything extraordinary here.
So Apple should revoke the certificate. Why is this a problem? What makes this newsworthy? What am I missing?
That even though this is still just someone running an untrusted binary, let's put that it affects unjailbroken iphones so people who just read the title will be scared and move to android?
Obviously, this is anecdotal, but when my wife upgraded, she had the greyed-out WiFi setting.
I restored her phone from scratch, and it didn't fix it.
We then took her phone to the Apple store, and the tech (I refuse to call them geniuses) said the hardware had failed. Thankfully, she was 8 days (?!!) away from warranty expiration, so she got a shiny new 4S.
I understand that iOS7 did a firmware upgrade, and that can stress the hardware - but no errors appeared during the upgrade process. You'd think an incomplete flash would at least kick out something.
Why won't sharks eat lawyers? Professional courtesy.