Apple To Fix iPhone Security Flaw In September Update

August 29, 2008

Apple has confirmed that they have plans to fix a major iPhone security flaw in an upcoming September update..Boston (ChattahBox) – Apple has confirmed that they have plans to fix a major iPhone security flaw in an upcoming September update.

The iPhone security flaw was recently discovered and has iPhone users on edge a bit.

The flaw, discovered originally and reported on by MacWorld.com, allows anyone to pick up an iPhone and hack into it, even if it is password-protected.

This puts the security of an iPhone at risk, exposing e-mail, text, contact information, etc. to anyone.

An Apple spokeswoman reportedly sent an e-mail to MacWorld.com stating that the security flaw “is fixed in a software update which will be released in September.”


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