According to ReadWriteWeb, a security researcher has discovered a potential way that malicious web developers could start tricking iOS users into clicking through phishing websites. The weakness is due to the way that Apple lets web developers auto scroll sites, thereby hiding the address bar.
This weeks tips are for the iPhone, iPod touch, and the iPad, with some helpful tidbits on how to save money on your AT&T bill, type faster, discover Safari's hidden Bookmarks Bar on the iPad, and add bookmarks to the Bookmarks Bar.
God bless those enterprising developers! Just because Steve Jobs and the rest of the Apple gang have thumbed down Adobe Flash on their iDevices, doesn’t mean that other folks aren’t working hard trying to find a way to do it. One of the latest is a service called Flash in a Pinch -- but don’t get too excited just yet, it’s only a proof of concept for now.
Opera Mini, the free web browser for iPhone and iPod Touch from
Norwegian developer Opera Software ASA, offers quicker browsing than
Safari, though Safari may offer a more usable experience, according to a
recent Lifehacker post.