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The Apple iPhone
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erhaps the most influential mobile device to enter the market in recent years is Apple s iPhone Arguably the first smartphone with mass-market appeal, the iPhone combines a sleek form factor, a multitouch screen, multimedia capabilities, highly functional Internet browsing, and impressive visual effects, all while maintaining an impressive battery life The iPhone has changed significantly since its initial introduction, growing to become the first platform with easy-to-use centralized application distribution, thus hugely increasing the market for mobile applications Because of its use of Objective-C, development on the iPhone carries the risk of security flaws traditionally associated with C software However, some of these are masked by the high-level Cocoa Touch APIs, and therefore require special attention And because Apple has relatively little documentation available on security best practices, developers are often unaware of these risks
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The release of the iPhone in June 2007 was not entirely unexpected, but what was surprising was the device s sheer level of sophistication The interface design was unprecedented, and combined with the device s skinny-pants-compatible form factor, it seemed too good to be true Many assumed it would get abysmal battery life, but Apple delivered even on this The functionality at launch was basic, but also polished and impressive In January 2008, Apple released the next main update to the iPhone OS, version 113 This introduced services such as geolocation, increased SMS capabilities, and several UI and bug-fix improvements Some of the big features introduced with iPhone OS 20 (released in July 2008) included support for enterprise use (including Microsoft Exchange compatibility, remote wipe, and viewing of popular office document formats) and, most importantly, the introduction of the App Store, the first centralized mechanism to distribute software on a mobile platform Somewhat audaciously, Apple has claimed its right to exclusively control what software can be run on the platform, a first from a modern operating system vendor The latest version of the iPhone OS, version 30, brings a slew of new features It provides copy-and-paste functionality to the iPhone (welcome to the 1970s!) using the NSPasteBoard API, but also adds several other long-awaited features, such as MMS, pervasive landscape typing mode, Spotlight search, and notification services for third-party applications, to work around the limitation that only one application can run at a time The Core Data API from Cocoa can also now be used to design data models
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3: The Apple iPhone
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Both the iPhone and Mac OS X share the usage of Objective-C and a large part of the Cocoa API However, a number of components worth noting are missing or have been changed on the iPhone s Cocoa implementation (Cocoa Touch) Although the Core Data API, introduced in Tiger, is now in iPhone OS 30, garbage collection, as introduced in OS X 105/Objective-C 20, is still absent This means that developers must use the traditional retain/release method of tracking object references Unlike most of the operating systems discussed in this book, the iPhone OS is potentially susceptible to classic C vulnerabilities, such as buffer overflows, integer overflows, and format string attacks We ll discuss the mitigation of these attacks in the section Security Testing
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Breaking Out, Breaking In
Even before Apple released any software development kit (SDK) for the iPhone, developers were already writing applications for deployment on the device Jailbreaking the iPhone allowed for the running of unsigned code and the free modification of the underlying file system Combined with carrier unlocking, users could also be free of AT&T and use their choice of another provider (and there are several good reasons to see http://wwwefforg/cases/att) In the US, the only available alternative is T-Mobile on the 2G iPhone In Europe, the AT&T partnership is not in effect, and 3G service is, in fact, provided through T-Mobile by default Jailbreaking remains the only option for implementing some functionality Apple doesn t allow official applications to run in the background, and it doesn t allow you to implement functionality that the company may implement in the future (for example, recording video) or that violates agreements Apple has with its vendors (for example, downloading YouTube videos for offline use) Therefore, many useful applications that cannot be distributed through the App Store can be run on the device via other channels Recently, the unauthorized application installer Cydia (http://cydiasaurikcom) has begun distributing commercial applications, giving an outlet for developers to sell unapproved applications It remains to be seen how successful this will be, but a reasonably large portion of the user base does use jailbroken phones At Chaos Communication Congress 2008, the iPhone Dev Team (not the true Apple iPhone development team, of course) demonstrated an unlock of the baseband of the iPhone 3G, again showing that the arms race between Apple and phone unlockers will continue for the foreseeable future As of this writing, the prerelease iPhone OS 30 can reportedly still be jailbroken
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