Stop waving your smartphone at me. Steve Dent takes a tour of the best cameras out there in 2018, running the full gamut from high-powered compacts to top-of-the-range DSLRs that would make fashion photographers recreate that thinking emoji. If you're looking to upgrade, or are ready to step up from phone photography, here's where you should be looking.
Apple's taken it down, but the iBoot code is now in the wild.
Crucial iPhone source code leaks online
Top-secret Apple code for the iPhone's operating system was posted on Github, opening a new, dangerous avenue for hackers and jailbreakers to access the device. The code, known as iBoot, has since been pulled, but Apple may have confirmed it was the real deal when it issued a DMCA takedown to Github.
iBoot is the iOS code that ensures a secure boot by loading and checking that kernel is properly signed by Apple before running the OS. The version posted to Github and brought to the attention of the community by a Twitter user named @q3hardcore was for iOS 9, but much of it likely still exists in the latest version, iOS 11. Apple has responded: "Old source code from three years ago appears to have been leaked, but by design the security of our products doesn't depend on the secrecy of our source code. There are many layers of hardware and software protections built into our products, and we always encourage customers to update to the newest software releases to benefit from the latest protections."
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