Top Apple news for September 23
Back in 1983, Steve Jobs was on hand at a now-defunct International Design Conference held in Aspen, Colorado. During that conference the reportedly placed a mouse from an Apple Lisa computer along with tons of other items from other attendees at the conference into along tube. The tube was buried and supposed to have been dug up in 2000, but no one could find it. That capsule has now been found and dug up.
The Chaos Computer Club claims to have been able to bypass the security of the Apple Touch ID system. The process involved high-resolution photograph, glue, and other tricks.
Apple has beaten sales estimates for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C significantly. Unofficial numbers show Apple sold about 9 million new iPhones during the first three days they were available.