OK Guys, read the follwoing links, and please tell me which is true: Gizmodo, cnet, networkworld, businessinsider, etc, etc are all unreliable news sources ... or Steve Wozniak is a liar, and Steve Jobs never refuted his lies. Which is it, oh all-knowing ones?
Didn't you state that the prototype was displayed to Steve Wozniak on the Apple campus in your original post? All of those articles you linked stated that it was in the line to purchase the new ipad outside an Apple store. The picture of him holding it in one of the articles makes it look like it's at a mall, a very public place where multiple other people must have been waiting and could have seen the device as well.
Anyway, while it's unfortunate that the guy was terminated over breaking the rules, it's also not surprising. People get fired all the time for lying about coming in to work 15 minutes earlier than they actually do, stealing a couple bucks from the register every so often, etc etc. What it comes down to is that if a company (Apple or otherwise) has a clearly stated policy that "you will be terminated if you do Y" and you do Y, then don't be surprised if you get canned. I'm sure Samsung, or whoever made your mobile device has similar commandments with similar consequences, given the competitive nature of the market.
If you are technically inclined, would you be using an iPhone in the first place?
So things have to be complicated for the technically inclined to appreciate it? Shit I write scripts and programs and I can tell you it's far more work to make something that anyone can understand vs throw some shit together that only the "technically inclined" can understand.
This doesn't have the radar codes from what I've read of it. I had an Iphone once that kept showing a radar error code and I never could figure out the meaning of the code and eventually sold the phone as broken since I had no clue what to replace.
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