Ethics and iPhone Applications Abstract The Apple IPhone has become one of the most popular smartphones in the world. While Apple provides numerous applications, or apps through its Apple Store, third-party apps are quite popular now due to IPhones being unlocked and jailbroken for more user-friendly purposes. A robust wi-fi app which gives detailed information about available networks will be a definite app of the near future. Coupled with imminent IPhone wi-fi hacking tools, this app will be valuable. The high price of unlimited 3G networks makes IPhone wi-fi access extremely attractive. However, the ethical issues which surround unauthorized access to wi-fi networks provider fodder for debate. Distinguishing the balance between...The end:
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