iOS 10.3

Apple’s iOS 10.3 Fixes Exploit Used to Repeatedly Dial 911

Apple's latest iOS 10.3 release patches a flaw that can be used to repeatedly dial a phone number, accidentally exploited last year to redial 911 call centers. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, the vulnerability was first discovered by an 18-year-old in Arizona who took advantage of a JavaScript flaw in a...

iOS 10.3 Will Upgrade Your Device to Apple File System (APFS)

Last year at WWDC, a new, modern Apple File System (APFS) was announced which Apple described as “optimized for Flash/SSD storage, and engineered with encryption as a primary feature”. While an early version of APFS was included in macOS Sierra as a beta for developers, it couldn't be used as a boot drive. But now, all devices that are upgraded...