Tangerine — a hit movie at this year’s Sundance Film Festival — was shot entirely on an iPhone 5s. The decision was taken by the indie writer and director of the movie, Sean Baker, who took this decision not only due to budget constraints but also because of how easy it was to shoot in public using an iPhone 5s.
While most analyst have raised their expectations from Apple’s performance in the last quarter of 2014, analyst Maynard Um from Wells Fargo has gone against the grain and estimates that the Cupertino company’s share prices will fall due to a “high sentiment bar.”
In the past, leaked documents have revealed that NSA was able to use a backdoor to spy on iPhone owners, whose knowledge was denied by Apple, but was fixed by the company in iOS 8. Now, new data published by Der Spigel shows that the British spy agency — Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) — was able pull any data from an iPhone, even if the device itself was not compromised.