9 Things to Do Before Installing iOS 10.3.2 Beta - Gotta Be Mobile

The iOS 10.3.2 update is confirmed and you can try it out right now via Apple's iOS 10.3.2 beta. If you decide to give the beta a try, this guide will help you prepare your iPhone or iPad for the early version of the iOS 10.3 update. The iOS 10.3 ...

iOS 10.3 Fixes Bug Causing iPhones To Call 911 Repeatedly - Wccftech

Earlier this week, Apple had seen fit to release its next in line update, iOS 10.3 that brought quite a handful of new features to the table. While there were some serious forward facing features in the update, it also carried various bug fixes for a ...

Apple Has Fixed a Scary 911 iPhone Hack - Fortune

An Arizona teenager was arrested in October and accused of creating malicious code that would make infected iPhones dial 911 and clog the critical emergency line. The code, which prompted thousands of calls to 911, took advantage of a feature in Apple ...

Apple confirmed that iOS 10.3 fixed a dangerous iPhone flaw - BGR

Late last year, a teenager attempting to collect a bug bounty from Apple exploited a flaw that allowed him to open apps and make phone calls on an iPhone remotely. In order to demonstrate how serious of a flaw this was, he shared a code that caused ...

Apple patches vulnerability that led to cyberattacks on 911 call centers - Digital Trends

Last October's attack showed how easily our emergency response systems could be overloaded and it will take effort like this to ensure it never happens again. Last fall, a hacker posted a Twitter link that resulted in tens of thousands of unintentional ...

iOS 10.3 911 Critical iPhone Call Bug Fixed In Latest Update - ValueWalk

A couple of days ago, we told you that Apple's latest iOS 10.3 update was ready and revealed its new features. Now, we can inform you that another bug fix was included in that firmware release. It closes the doors on what was a serious vulnerability ...

Apple fixes iOS loophole that overloaded 911 centers last fall - Engadget

Last October, a teenage hacker figured out how to trick some iPhones into calling 911 repeatedly, racking up thousands of bogus calls. That attack took place months ago, but Apple has just now updated iOS to keep such an incident from occurring again.