As everyone continues to recover from new iPad overdoses, our top Apple coverage from the week was mostly populated by non-iPad news. We did take a look at the state of styli on the iPad, but we also examined how iPhones leak the IDs of wireless routers they've connected to, whether Ars readers still use Siri, the likelihood of new MacBooks in the near future, and more. Read on for the roundup!
Anatomy of a leak: how iPhones spill the ID of networks they access: Yes, iPhones and other Apple devices routinely do expose the unique identifiers of wireless routers they've connected to in the past. The behavior, which isn't found in devices running Windows and Android OSes, is found in ARP packets that are easily monitored by anyone within radio range.