The jailbreak released today, dubbed “checkra1n,” will let users install whatever they like on the iPhone, with none of Apple’s normal restrictions getting in the way.
More than a dozen iOS apps infected with clicker Trojan malware and distributed via the Apple App Store were found to perform ad fraud-related tasks in the background, using the command and control servers of a similar Android ad fraud campaign.
At this point, we’re just a few days away from Apple’s highly anticipated iPhone 11 event on September 10th.
Apple is developing in-screen fingerprint technology for as early as its 2020 iPhones, according to people familiar with the plans,
The iOS vulnerability that made it possible for users and hackers to jailbreak fully up-to-date iPhones and iPads is no more, following an update Apple released on Monday that patches the highly unusual bug.