Apple to fix iPhone security flaw
Apple is set to release a software patch to address a recently described security flaw in the iPhone, the UK network operator 02 has said.
Experts revealed on Thursday that modified SMS messages could result in iPhones being disconnected from the network or hijacked altogether.
Phones incorporating the Windows Mobile and Google Android operating systems are also vulnerable, they said.
An O2 spokesperson said the patch would be available Saturday through iTunes.
“We will be communicating to customers both through the website and proactively,” the spokesperson added.
“We always recommend our customers update their iPhone with the latest software and this is no different.”
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