Looking for a good reason to update to the latest version of iOS? Over at Krebs on Security this week, Brian Krebs has reported that two security researchers have found a new way to automatically brick a stranger’s iPhone by forcing them to connect to a Wi-Fi hotspot that can change the date without their knowledge.
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Apple might be working on making iOS more secure than ever, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t bugs in the operating system that hackers can exploit to access data on the device. One such newly discovered issue affects only the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, as it takes advantage of the 3D Touch functionality on the …
Apple’s new iOS 9.3 update was a pretty big upgrade considering it wasn’t a major release. It packed plenty of bug fixes and at least one major security patch, but it also included some great new features like additional 3D Touch shortcuts and Night Shift. But it also included a horrible bug that has been …