-Sunitha Hariprasad Smartphones are the soul companion for everyone. Moreover it is like the personal diary of old times. We are feeding every personal data as well as business data, even bank details in this small device. But sometimes we forget that though it is named ‘smartphone’, it is just a ‘machine’. The real fact is that there are very few people who understand the importance of securing their smart phones for their own security. The others are not even aware of the potential vulnerabilities they expose themselves to. Lot of people don’t realize that their phone can destroy them if it is hacked by others. According to study, it has found that over 67% companies had faced data breach as a result of their employees using their mobile phones to access the company’s data.
Apple Inc's iPhone turns 10 this year, evoking memories of a starry start for the device that ended up doing most to start the smartphone revolution and stirring interest in where it will go from here. iPhones since June 29, 2007, Apple has sold more than 1 billion but the first iPhone, which launched without an App Store and was restricted to the AT&T Inc network, was limited compared to today's version. After sluggish initial sales, Apple lowered the price to spur holiday sales that year. Even though Apple, led by CEO Steve Jobs, had already expanded beyond computers with the iPod, the very concept of the iPhone came as a surprise to some of Apple's suppliers a decade ago The iPhone hit its peak in 2008 when Apple introduced the App Store, which allowed developers to m