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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by definitive, Nov 30, 2011.
For those unaware:
iOS does have CarrierIQ installed on it. Been there since iOS 1.0. I haven't found any references to it in iOS 5 yet.
And this is very similar to another thread: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1284749
Let Android and Rim get reamed first before we worry about the iPhone.
Otherwise the story becomes just about the iPhone.
Carrier IQ references found in iOS as well. The plot thickens.
Well so much for this being an Android/Blackberry only thing. Looks like Apple might be using it too. Too early to jump to conclusions though.
you're like the 20th person to post this article in the last hour.
He's the first to post this article. All the others have been the Wired and Gizmodo articles about it on Android.
I found it linked inside one other thread. However, I feel this news deserves its own thread.
from The Verge
Ooooo. Thanks. *Clicks link to read*
The dev who found the references tweets here.
I was the one that found some of the early references. I first discovered them on November 25. In fact, some of my posts in another thread predate chpwn's tweets.
HTC Sense is full of it, I was checking it all out in the files. Even custom ROM developers that deliberately tried couldn't remove everything.
Blog post: http://blog.chpwn.com/
Just going to post the same thing....