Bogus iPhone ad fools some people into thinking their phones are waterproof (but they are now hackable)
"In an emergency, a smart-switch will shut off the phone's power supply and corresponding components to prevent any damage to your iPhone's delicate circuitry," read the bogus advert.
Elsewhere, Germany's Chaos Computer Club reckon they've cracked the fingerprint sensor on the new iPhone 5S. That means they can have a load of booze and a dirty book.
The group say they took a fingerprint of the user, photographed from a glass surface, and then created a "fake fingerprint" which could be put onto a thin film and used with a real finger to unlock the phone.
"This demonstrates – again – that fingerprint biometrics is unsuitable as access control method and should be avoided," said the Chaos Club's blogpost author, "Starbug". "In reality, Apple's sensor has just a higher resolution compared to the sensors so far. So we only needed to ramp up the resolution of our fake. As we have said now for more than years, fingerprints should not be used to secure anything. You leave them everywhere, and it is far too easy to make fake fingers out of lifted prints."
If you want to see a video of the hack, click here