Apple Says iPhone Security Fix in the Works
Apple has officially acknowledged a security issue in the iOS browser and PDF software which could lead to problems for iPhone owners. "We're aware of this reported issue, we have already developed a fix and it will be available to customers in an upcoming software update," Apple told Cnet. The exploit is being used to help jailbreak and unlock iOS devices such as the iPhone 4, 3GS, and 3G. Though the U.S. government recently said iPhone owners have a right do to this, Apple maintains that jailbreaking an iPhone voids the warranty. Apple didn't say when the software fix would be distributed.
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Apple Releases iOS 10.2.1 to Fix Bugs
Apple today made available the public build of iOS 10.2.1 to the iPhone and iPad. According to Apple, iOS 10.2.1 fixes bugs and improves the security of its smartphones and tablets.
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iOS 11.2.2 Tackles iPhone and iPad Security
Apple today released iOS 11.2.2 in order to patch several significant security problems. Specifically, iOS 11.2.2 includes security improvements to Safari and WebKit to mitigate the effects of the Spectre vulnerability discovered earlier this month.
so the gov says ok for the jail break cust said dont care about warrenty
way to listen apple
They don't want...
Needs to be fixed
(Ironically, it's an um... Adobe format.)
The problem is Apple's own implementation of the PDF reader. Of course, if you have already jailbrok...