Apple would really, really like its employees to keep their mouths shut. At least, that’s the clear takeaway from an internal Apple memo suggesting grave consequences for anyone who leaks company information to the press.
I’ve had problems with iOS, Apple’s operating system for iPhones and iPads, for ages. In particular, it has seemed as if every new update would break Wi-Fi networking in a new and interesting way. But iOS 11 — well, iOS 11 is special.
As expected from Apple, the WWDC 2017 keynote has introduced the world to a new batch of cool stuff from the company, ranging from hardware like the new iMac to software such as iOS 11.
Italian hacker and security researcher Luca Tedesco promised an iOS 10 / 10.1.1 jailbreak release last week, and he kept his word. This came amid reports that Apple’s current operating system is difficult to penetrate. The jailbreak, which is built atop the exploit recently published by Google’s Project Zero, is now available for the public and can be downloaded.