After being powered on, the phone boots up normally, until it loads the unlock screen. At that point, it errors out: “This device is not registered as part of the iPhone Developer Program.” It seems fairly legit, even if the story about how the unit was procured seems less so. In other words, this is probably an iPhone 5, and the leak is now virtually complete. So the questions Apple will be answering in its keynote next week won’t so much be what, but why. (via)
- Top Democrats are demanding House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes remove himself from the investigation into Russian interference in the election.
- After Donald Trump and the Republicans spectacularly failed to repeal Obamacare, Wall Street now realizes that massive tax cuts may not happen 😅 💸
- Over 18,000 households in Flint, Michigan, will receive new water lines, more than two years after dangerous levels of lead were found in the city's water supply.
- Samsung announced plans to refurbish and sell some of the 4.3 million explosive Galaxy Note7 phones it recalled last year📱🔥